Last time Phil Villeneuve danced around in public and put it on YouTube for all to see, he got a Twitter shout-out from pop star Robyn.
In his latest YouTube video, Villeneuve — a Toronto DJ and journalist — dances around grocery store aisles to the Scissor Sisters' "Any Which Way."
Watch as he makes some of the store's patrons look kinda awkward!
Villeneuve, who moved to Toronto from Ottawa in 2005 to study journalism, is one of the busiest DJs in the west end. He’s one half of rainbow-gazing indie pop duo the I Love You Toos, holds down Wrongbar as a resident at long-running hip-hop jam Big Primpin, DJs at Fit along with Kris Steeves, and throws a French pop party called Tapette once a month at NACO Gallery. (read the full article here)
The Scissor Sisters just released their official video for "Any Which Way." Gay frontman Jake Shears looks hotter than ever:
Win tickets to see the Scissor Sisters live:
If you're in Toronto or Vancouver, we're giving away a pair of tickets to see the Scissor Sisters live in concert. Email your name and contact info to the address below:
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- Phil Villeneuve has ambition, energy and a sense of humour
- Scissor Sisters' Nightwork explores the gay underground