Turns out Bill Nye isn’t only a science fellow – the well-known engineer and science commentator had a few moves everyone didn’t realize they expected to see while appreciating the sounds of Lizzo.

Nye is turning heads after a video of him walking … or then again should everyone say dancing down a runway at New York Fashion Week was posted on TikTok, the fiercely famous short-form video application.

It’s the sort of thing people need to see with their own eyes to completely appreciate.

In the video, Nye can be considered sporting a floral blue blazer as part of The Blue Jacket Fashion Show. The show was held on Wednesday to raise awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer treatment.

While different participants can be seen walking down the aisle, Nye decided to take it up a notch with his dance moves as Lizzo’s melody “Juice” filled the room. As he advanced as far as possible of the runway, people can hear how the crowd urged him to keep it up by yelling, “Let’s go, Bill.”

Jessica Weiss had a front-row seat to it all and took the video that has racked up a huge number of views all over social media.

She revealed to CNN she grew up viewing Nye’s popular syndicated show from the 1990s, “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” in school.

“When he started dancing to “Juice” by Lizzo I knew it would be very popular because they are both iconic,” Weiss said.”This is my third fashion week and I’ve never seen anyone have as much fun as Bill Nye when walking down the runway.”

The Blue Jacket Fashion Show highlighted men from the fashion, entertainment, healthcare, and media worlds to discuss early detection, hazard factors and the significance of early treatment, as per a news release.

The show featured designers like Brooks Brothers, Michael Kors, Hugo Boss, and John Varvatos. The designers’ objective was to put their spin on the traditional blue blazer.

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