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Body-Shamed Dancing Man Finally Gets His Hollywood Party



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    Sean O'Brien, of Liverpool, England, also known as "The Dancing Man," throws out the ceremonial first pitch prior a baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres, Sunday, May 24, 2015, in Los Angeles. O'Brien, was shamed online after photos of him dancing at a concert surfaced but many came to his defense and threw a Hollywood party for him Saturday night.

    Monica Lewinsky and fans around the country are ready to celebrate the "Dancing Man!"

    Sean O'Brien, who became an online sensation after being ridiculed online for his dancing skills at a club, was finally treated to the party so many admirers wanted him to have.

    Held at the Avalon in Hollywood, the event featured more than 1,000 fans including Moby who followed through with his promise to perform at the gathering.

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    Lewinsky, who has been a strong advocate against cyberbullying, couldn't help but show her support for a man who has faced his share of critics.

    "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" alumna Tatyana Ali and reality star Whitney Thore were also in attendance at the event that also raised money for The Trevor Project and other notable causes.  

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    In just a few short days, O'Brien has had quite the experience in the United States. Things started off at the "Today" show in New York City Friday where he was given the chance to show off his moves with Meghan Trainor. Later on the west coast, the London resident got to throw out the first pitch at the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game.

    Looking back, O'Brien is left feeling grateful for all the support he ultimately received from thousands of strangers.

    "To the Twitter world. Thank you for being interested and making this what it is. So much good in the world we sometimes forget," he shared online. "Managed to get a sit down for 5 minutes and have so many people to thank for making all this possible. 5 days in my life I will never forget."