Dancing Man had the last laugh as he was given a night out on the town, dancing with celebrities in Hollywood after he was cyberbullied by Internet trolls who tried to fat-shamed him by posting a video of him dancing at a club on 4Chan earlier in the year.
46-year-old Sean O'Brien from the UK got nothing but love and support for his dancing from hundreds of fans on the Internet who wanted to track him down and tell him he can dance with all his heart anytime and anywhere he wanted.
Over the weekend, O'Brien was flown in from his home in Liverpool to the US for a weekend of rubbing elbows with celebrities, appearances on the Today Show, and of course, dancing and partying all night long to raise awareness and money for anti-bullying charities.
Even the original victim of online bullying herself, Monica Lewinsky, came to show her support and even bought O'Brien a foot spa treatment for the next morning because she knew his feet would be "killing" when the night was over.
"I grew up with the Lewinsky scandal and how she has coped with it all and the person she has become, it's fantastic, so awe-inspiring and she's so down to earth," O'Brien said of the former White House intern.
Other celebrities who danced and celebrated with O'Brien were Meghan Trainor, writer Cassandra Fairbank (who launched the original #FindDancingMan campaign), Tatyana Ali, Musician Andrew W.K., and DJ Moby provided much of the music for the evening's festivities.
Telling reporters he was "overwhelmed" by the experience and support, the event was able to raise thousands of dollars for charities dedicated to end cyberbullying.
"It's been the best night of my life - apart from when Everton winning the league - and then when they won the cup in 1995," he shared.