InstaHunk Round-Up: Weekend Edition

Eles Quintero
Eles Quintero
Eles Quintero and friend (photo: Hoscos)

Checking in with the Hunks of Instagram this weekend.

First up, Eles Quintero spent time hanging with his equally good-looking Weimaraner (above). Follow Eles on Instagram here.

Pierre Vuala had a word from the wise:

Uber-dancer Michael Dameski was flipping around on the beach:

What to do when in São Paulo on a Sunday? Jim Newman made spaghetti in his underwear 🙂


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Luke Evans caught just a whiff of a rainbow as the week began in Sydney, Australia.


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Sydney is a popular place it seems as Diego Arnary spent his weekend housebound there:


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Ramses Principe was showing off his huge thighs before heading out for a ride:


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Guto Oliveira was being pensive in my town, Las Vegas, Nevada:


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Joe Blizzard was giving off Sunday vibes from Miami:


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And finally, a word from our wise Uncle George Takei:


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Daily Dance: Michael Dameski Is A Champion In My Book

Michael Dameski

Aussie dance phenom Michael Dameski may not have won the big prize on the finals of NBC’s World of Dance this week, but he is a champ in my book.

Dameski’s technique, artistry and fearlessness makes him a force of nature on the dance floor.

I don’t need to convince you – his dancing will.

Watch below.

Michael Dameski Is Killing It On NBC’s ‘World Of Dance’

Michael Dameski

Last month, I wrote about the incredible Michael Dameski, who is currently KILLING it on NBC’s World of Dance.

The talented dancer from ‘down under’ is back up tonight for the Upper Division Final, but let’s catch up on his latest performance from two weeks ago when he delivered this stunning dance performance.

What can’t this guy do?

Oh, and then there’s the fact that he’s totally easy on the eyes.


Australia’s Michael Dameski Flies High On ‘World Of Dance’

 Michael Dameski

Watching the new season of World of Dance last night, it was impossible to ignore the amazing talent of dancer/actor Michael Dameski.

The 22-year-old from Sydney, Australia wowed the audience (and judges) with his spectacular, high-flying performance to Shawn Mendes’ “Mercy.”

At one point, the judges literally gasped as Dameski’s tight, lithe body leaped, twirled and flipped across the stage.

This isn’t Dameski’s first trip to the TV competition rodeo. In 2014, he competed and won the Australian edition of So You Think You Can Dance.

Professionally, he’s also starred in the title role of the Australian and Broadway productions of Billy Elliot the Musical and appeared in the national touring company of Newsies as well as Travis Wall’s acclaimed dance company Shaping Sound.

Dameski definitely has the goods – technique, passion, line, musicality, subtlety, looks – to take home the $1 million prize on World of Dance.

Check out his amazing performance below.

And since we’re in the discovery phase with the handsome Mr. Dameski, let’s check out his Instagram account 😉

Dance solo “Unstoppable” by Michael Dameski – So You Think You Can Dance Australia

Michael Dameski of SYTYCD Australia

Australia’s TV Tonight writes:

Judge Paula Abdul told TV Tonight, it was the most amazing routine she had seen on any version of the show.

“Professionally, I’ve never witnessed anything as special as this. You can’t even articulate it. I can’t begin to tell you, it was that awesome,” she said.

“It prompted an emotional response. I jumped up. The rest of the judges jumped up and the entire studio audience was on their feet, screaming and teary-eyed.”

The applause went on for so long the show had to drastically edit it down and re-introduce the remaining male dancers.