Bet you didn’t know Pikachu had moves like these.
On Friday morning, 10 yellow dancers performed in the first Pikachu parade brought here by the Japanese Pokmon company.
Synchronised Pikachu dancers perform regularly at various locations in Japan, but this outing in Singapore is rare, and debuted to a large crowd of screaming kids and adults.
People showed up in their Pikachu best.
The bouncy dancers were performing at Changi Airport in Singapore, which has for the next two months built dedicated Pokmon exhibition areas at its Terminal 2 and Terminal 3’s departure halls.
Changi’s Terminal 3 has a 7m (23 feet) tall Pikachu, as well as a Christmas tree with Pok balls and ornaments.
At Terminal 2, there are three huge Snorlax plush figurines snoozing in a garden, and airport staff have planted 26 Pokmon in various locations around the airport for visitors to find and claim merchandise from the popular Japanese franchise.
The dancing Pikachu will perform daily shows until Jan. 8, 2017.