“Jeremy Fry’s Energetic Bon Jovi Dance at Celtics Game is Pure Joy”

Boston Celtics fan Jeremy Fry created an unforgettable moment at a game when he spontaneously danced to Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer.” As the camera zoomed in on him, Fry started singing and broke into an enthusiastic dance. He jumped around, played air guitar, and sang like he was onstage with Bon Jovi.

The crowd loved it. They joined in, singing along and even hugging Fry as he danced down the aisle. His spontaneous and carefree dance resonated with people, and the video went viral. It caught the attention of Bon Jovi, who uploaded it to their official YouTube channel. The video has since become legendary, with 16 million views.

Fans online praised Fry’s energy, leaving comments like, “It must feel great to lose yourself in the moment and not care what people think. Way to go, young man,” and “I’ve watched this dozens of times over the years. It still brings joy to see this amazing young man show such creativity, love, and respect, totally unrehearsed and spontaneous. He’s a treasure.”

Fry’s performance took place during the Celtics’ 2008-2009 season, a record-breaking season where the team won 19 games in a row. Many fans have danced at games over the years, but Fry’s performance remains the most popular, with some calling it the greatest fan performance of all time.

In an interview, Fry mentioned he first saw the Celtics play when he was seven. His interest in the team revived during their 2007-2008 championship season. Although the Celtics didn’t win the championship in 2008-2009, their strong start to the season likely inspired Fry’s memorable dance moves.

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