Trent Potter may be Illawarra's answer to the South Korean pop sensation taking the world by storm.
The home-grown groover can match it with Psy and his horse dance moves - just ask any one of the 4323 people who were blown away by Trent's show-stealing performance during a break in Friday's Hawks v Kings game at WIN Entertainment Centre.
Trent, who has Down Syndrome, captured the hearts of Hawks fans when he joined the club's cheerleaders on court for the impromptu display of Gangnam Style.
The Hawks went on to beat their arch rivals in a thriller, but the big talking point after the game was Trent's slick moves and the smiles he brought to so many faces.
Head cheerleader Alia Gurtner said yesterday Trent was very talented and deserved centre stage for his rendition of the catchy song which has held top spot on the ARIA's singles chart for the second week.
The video clip of the modern-day Macarena has already clocked up a whopping 400 million views on YouTube.
Ms Gurtner said she was thrilled the community got a taste of Trent's talent.
"He is infectious," she said. "I knew he would know the dance a lot better than us so I wanted to get him out there to give the community the chance to see how good he is."
Ms Gurtner, a dance teacher at NRG Dance Studio, said Trent would be hitting rehearsals with the cheerleaders in coming weeks and more guest appearances were certainly on the cards.
Trent said yesterday he wasn't one bit nervous about his chance to shine.
"No I wasn't, I love it, I dance all the time," the Figtree High School student said.
"I want to be on TV."
Donna Potter said her son would bust a move anywhere, any time.
"At a swimming carnival one time they had to turn off the music because he was even dancing on the blocks," she said.
"He dances in the playground, he's always up dancing at the Hawks games so this was really great for him.
"He shouldn't be bogged down and doing fractions and work that he struggles with, this is what he is meant to be doing. He makes people smile."
Trent loves basketball almost as much as dancing but has trouble picking his favourite Hawk.
Glen Saville rates highly but Tyson Demos is a contender and earned brownie points when he horsed around with Trent and Alia at the WEC.