Who knew those six-pack abs were hiding under that shark costume on Super Bowl Sunday?!
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.
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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!"
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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?