Balang's Now A Certified Zumba Instructor
John Phillip Bughaw, popularly known online as "Balang," has always been outspoken about his desire to teach Zumba when he grows up. He probably didn't anticipate that, since he is now a certified Zumba instructor, he wouldn't have to wait for many more years before his dream becomes a reality. Feb 17, 202372 Shares1793 Views
- The goal of John Phillip "Balang" Bughaw to teach Zumba has come true.
- He was awarded a certificate as an Honorary Zumba Instructor.
- He is now qualified to do so.
John Phillip Bughaw, popularly known online as "Balang," has always been outspoken about his desire to teach Zumba when he grows up.
He probably didn't anticipate that, since he is now a certified Zumba instructor, he wouldn't have to wait for many more years before his dream becomes a reality.
The vivacious youngster posted a photo of himself with his certificate, which certifies that he is now qualified to teach Zumba, on his Instagram account.
Dream come true! I am now a Zumba instructor. Thank you Zumba.- Balang
In addition, he recently got the chance to meet Zumba creator Alberto "Beto" Perez, a dancer and choreographer from Colombia, at the Zumba Instructor Convention (ZinCon) in San Diego, California.
Balang rose to fame as a result of his YouTube dance videos. He has already appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" three times after Ellen DeGeneres was impressed by his dynamic dancing.
In May of last year, he received his first invitation to appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Balang demonstrated his movements while mouthing the lyrics to the song "Bang Bang," impressing Ellen and the studio crowd.
That was so entertaining! I could have watched that for another hour.- Ellen
Balang received a ton of chocolates from Ellen as payment for his efforts.
Balang made his second appearance on the program in November of last year and engaged in a dance-off with the DJ of the program, tWitch. He received a present on a stationary bike.
He was invited to the show a third time in February of last year. He had a different appearance than in his previous appearances, which Ellen observed. He opted for an animal print top over formal shirts and suspenders.
Balang claimed that the pop star Justin Bieber, who had also commended Balang for his dancing rendition of his popular song "Sorry," was the inspiration for his new appearance.
He also attracted the attention of Grammy-winning American rapper Snoop Dogg a few days ago. Snoop Dogg uploaded a video of the youngster demonstrating his vivacious Zumba movements on his Instagram page.