After Katy Perry's colorful Super Bowl XLIX halftime show, dancer Scott Myrick revealed that he was one of the sharks dancing and singing around the 30-year-old pop star during her "California Girls" performance. But what we didn't know during the show was what a sexy shark Myrick really was.
Giving up his identity on Twitter, Myrick wrote: "I MEAN..... THOSE SHARKS #ONFLEEK."
He later Instagrammed: "BREAK THE SUPER BOWL."
Myrick has been one of Perry's backup dancers since 2012 and is even featured on her documentary Katy Perry: Piece of Me.
"Tonight was a feeling and moment in time that I will never, ever forget," he tweeted post-Super Bowl. "Thank you for all the support everyone."
Myrick then quipped: "LIFE GOAL ACCOMPLISHED!"
Bryan Gaw eventually fessed up to being the other shark on stage Sunday night. After being pressed on social media, he Instagrammed: "Yep. The rumors are true. Yours truly."
What did you think of the Super Bowl sharks?