Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel may best be known for his Overwatch skills and popular Twitch streams but during a broadcast by his housemate Sammy ‘adeptthebest', the Canadian stripped down and showed everyone his dance moves.
While fans of xQc have come to expect his fast speech and explosive rants on his Twitch channel, the Overwatch pro has been willing to to step out of his comfort zone every now and then.
Viewers were given a huge surprise during his housemate’s stream, when he hopped on for a collaboration and showed off dance moves that heated the entire room up.
Adeptthebest played the popular dance track ‘Dota’ by Basshunter, which has been used by many in the Valve game DOTA community as an unofficial anthem for their beloved game, when xQc entered the stream shirtless sporting a vest, and a cowboy hat.
Hilariously, the Canadian then strutted and showed the audience his moves, as he moved back and forth re-creating the similar dance seen in the male stripper movie Magic Mike which came out in 2012.
xQc didn’t last very long, as he quickly broke down laughing and said “it’s so bad” as he waved his arms back and forth, before exiting to the left.
His roommate couldnt stop smiling, when xQc returned and said “Jesus Christ, that was like male stripper exactly.”
“It was, that’s exactly what it was,” the streamer agreed. Then a cheeky sub then came in, and praised the Canadian for his dance moves, while simultaneously poking fun at his body.
“Here is $25, take off the pants next! Dance for me you beautiful stick boy! Make my money worth it,” the text to speech donation hilariously read.
The Overwatch pro then confidently said he could pull off the same thing in a speedo, to which his housemate laughed “That would be a look!”
This isn’t the first time that the Canadian has graced viewers with his talent beyond gaming. During his June 14 broadcast, the Overwatch pro decided to show off his singing chops as well.
Belting out Lady Gaga’s ‘Bad Romance’, viewers got a taste of what the Twitch star could sound like on music shows like American Idol, or the X Factor.
xQc again proves he’s a man of many talents. Channing Tatum should watch out, as the Canadian could be a force to be reckoned with, should they ever make a Magic Mike 3.
The streamer is one of the top broadcasters on Twitch, with over 1,555,000 followers as of September 14.
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