Demi Adejuyigbe understands how to commit to a little bit.
The comedian has been heralding in every autumn with a tribute to Earth, Wind & Fireplace — dancing to their eternal banger “September” each individual September 21.
The tradition started out in 2016, when he tweeted a online video of himself grooving to the track. Putting on a t-shirt that reads “SEPT 21” on the entrance and “Which is Today” on the again, Adejuyigbe’s tweet went viral for getting freaking enjoyable.
Sporting one more September shirt Adejuyigbe jammed in front of the curtain until eventually the iconic chorus commenced. Ducking out of body, he dropped the curtain to reveal a festive screen of balloons and banners examining, “SEPT 21 — That is Right now.”
In case you forgot what day it is, certainly.
Adejuyigbe failed to neglect this calendar year — this time, the video clip showcased an unnamed man or woman enjoying the opening bars of “September” on a keyboard. Then, a curtain dropped as Adejuyigbe danced throughout the frame, tearing off his blazer to expose a t-shirt that said “SEPT 21” — would you assume nearly anything else at this stage?
When the curtain lifted, it exposed the West Los Angeles Children’s Choir belting out the refrain of “September.”
Comprehensive with confetti and streamers, the young ones sang in front of a wall that explained “SEPTEMBER 21 — Which is Currently.”
It is really fairly freaking cute.
Even far better, this 12 months his online video is staying used for very good.
“Each individual year on 9/21 I do a dumb dance,” he wrote. “Now it’s for charity.”
His signature SEPT 21 shirts are currently being bought on the web, and 100 % of the proceeds will be donated to RAINN, RAICES, and the National Middle for Trans Equality.