Hilarious moment sign language interpreter shakes his stuff as he translates Beyoncé’s ‘Get Me Bodied’ at Atlanta Pride


THIS is the hilarious moment a sign language interpreter translating Beyonce’s hit, ‘Get Me Bodied’, stole the show as he flaunted his risqué dance moves.

David Cowan was filmed swivelling his hips, gyrating and thrusting at a concert during Atlanta’s Pride celebrations.

 David Cowan stole the show as he interpreted a Beyonce song at the Atlanta Pride festival

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David Cowan stole the show as he interpreted a Beyonce song at the Atlanta Pride festivalCredit: YouTube/400 homes
 David hit every beat with a thrust and a stomp while interpreting Get Me Bodied on stage

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David hit every beat with a thrust and a stomp while interpreting Get Me Bodied on stageCredit: YouTube/400 homes

Although the singer’s hit single was playing, all attention appeared to be on David who was at the far end of the stage.

Dressed in a dark outfit, he couldn’t help but feel the groove as he translated the song.

At one point he becomes so engrossed in the music, he looks as though he forgets he’s on stage, patting his chest before patting his bum while closing his eye s and stamping his feet.

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Festival-goer Jeremy Turner filmed him and posted a video onto Twitter, with the caption: “Sign language interpreter at pride ATL is [fire emoji].”

Dozens were quick to reveal him as a prominent star within the Atlanta deaf community.

Cowan works as an ASL interpreter for politicians in the state, including Gov. Brian Kemp and Rep. John Lewis.

He has also interpreted at Black Lives Matter protests, anti-Trump protests, the Women’s March and a vigil after the Pulse nightclub shooting, Project Q Atlanta reported.

The video has since been shared more than 2.3million times on Twitter, and thousands have commented on his great moves.

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Cowan responded to the video, saying: “Thank you @NyleDiMarco for posting this… That crazy guy is me!”

One person said: “This transcends language”, another added: “I have no idea what he’s saying, yet it still sends a message.”

Cowan later told Time magazine: “What I enjoy the most about interpreting is to allow the language accessible to the deaf audiences. It’s my passion.

“[Creating] a space where there’s no language deprivation. It’s not about me. It’s about the deaf audience.”

 David thanked Nyle DiMarco for sharing the video on Twitter

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David thanked Nyle DiMarco for sharing the video on TwitterCredit: YouTube/400 homes
 David was the first Deaf person to be a pride grand marshal

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David was the first Deaf person to be a pride grand marshalCredit: YouTube/400 homes
 David is well known in the Atlanta deaf community and has even worked as an interpreter at a number of political rallies

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David is well known in the Atlanta deaf community and has even worked as an interpreter at a number of political ralliesCredit: YouTube/400 homes

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