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Antonio Brown Twerked After Getting A Touchdown And It's A Beautiful Sight To See

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Posted on September 13, 2016, at 2:20 p.m. ET

This is Antonio Brown. He's a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers and an all-around good-looking guy.

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Last night, during the Steelers' game in Washington, D.C., something magical happened. Something glorious, you might say.

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Brown made an awesome touchdown, and to celebrate his exceptional athletic prowess, he twerked at the end zone.

.@AntonioBrown84 CANNOT be stopped. By anyone. 😳 #PITvsWAS

He popped, locked, and dropped it β€” right in front of thousands of lucky onlookers.

Brown's celebratory dance was honestly one of the most beautiful moments in the history of sports. πŸ‘

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Brown’s move was deemed β€œsexually suggestive” and resulted in a 15-yard penalty. The Steelers ended up winning the game anyway, 38-16.

Naturally, people took to the web to talk about the moment, like Buffalo Bills running back Reggie Bush.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @ReggieBush

If only we could get Brown to teach us these moves off the football field.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @ChefResha

Internet geniuses then capitalized on the moment by inserting Brown into the "Fade" music video by Kanye West, which features the hypnotizing dancing skills of Teyana Taylor.

And footage of him dancing to classic club tracks, such as "Get Low" by Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz.

Antonio Brown "Get Low" End Zone Twerking Remix

But the best, by far, is Brown dancing to Rihanna's hip-shaking song, "Work."

10 seconds of Antonio Brown twerking set to Rihanna's "Work"

Just for good measure, here's another angle of that unforgettable moment.

And there you have it: Antonio Brown is a phenomenal football player and an even better dancer.