Seems like a lot of fans have missed seeing Mark Herras, GMA-7's original "Bad Boy of the Dance Floor."
Mark's Tiktok video, where he dances to the tune of "Average Joe," is currently viral online.
"Average Joe," a song by Y-Not, was popularized by Mark as a dance hit in 2005.
Mark posted his short Tiktok dance video on May 3, 2020.
At press time, Mark's "Average Joe" dance cover has had 41.3K likes on Tiktok.
Also on May 3, Mark's video was reposted by Filipina Gayahan Bautista on Facebook.
The reposted video has had 17K reactions and 16K shares at this writing.
On May 4, still another Facebook user reposted Mark's video.
Joyce Ann Mae Ramos also mentioned dancer DJ Loonyo, whose dance covers on Tiktok recently became popular on social media.
Comparing DJ Loony's video with Mark's, Joyce Ann Mae wrote: "Omg nag average joe na siya panis dj loonyo niyo hahahah [laughing emoji]"
This post got even more Facebook interactions: 44K reactions, 30K shares, and 5.7K comments.
This is not the first time Mark has released a Tiktok dance cover of "Average Joe."
Last April 23, Mark uploaded his first "Average Joe" Tiktok dance on his Instagram account.
MARK HERRAS AS "BAD BOY OF THE DANCE FLOOR"
Mark Herras started his career in StarStruck in 2003, where he won the Ultimate Male Survivor title, with Jennylyn Mercado as his female counterpart.
During his StarStruck days, Mark was, deservedly, known as one of the best dancers in the bunch. In fact, his final solo test was to mount his own dance show.
After StarStruck, GMA-7 continued to showcase Mark's dance moves on its noontime show, SOP. Eventually, the Kapuso network gave Mark the name "Bad Boy of the Dance Floor."
It was in 2005 when Mark first danced to Y-Not's "Average Joe." He would perform it in so many guest appearances in GMA-7 shows, the song became a dance hit.
Universal Records also released two albums of Mark Herras's popular dance performances: Mark Herras Dance Hits (2005) and Mark Herras Dance Party (2006).
The last time Mark performed a dance to "Average Joe" on television was in 2019, during his guest appearance in the seventh season of StarStruck.