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June 21, 2012 at 6:45 AM

Dancing Matt (of “Where the Hell is Matt?”) is back with a new video

I know, I know. It’s too early for Fun Friday. And the connection to Microsoft is tenuous. But this video makes me too happy not to share.

Remember Matt Harding? He’s the Seattle techie (former video game designer) who gained fame several years ago with his “Where the Hell is Matt” videos featuring him dancing — badly but, oh, so joyfully — with folks all over the world. The videos went viral and made him an Internet sensation.

Now Harding’s back with a “Where the Hell is Matt?” 2012 edition. Enjoy.

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(That tenuous Microsoft connection? Well, he says on his bio that his Xbox Live screen name is BadDancer and that he plays a lot of Rock Band. Also, maybe he designed a video game for Microsoft? In any case, he did speak there, as well as at Google, Amazon and Yahoo, according to talent agency CAA.)

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