Watch: Shirtless-ish Gus Kenworthy Dances in Britney Spears' Iconic Living Room — for a Good Cause

Thursday June 30, 2022

Gus Kenworthy
Gus Kenworthy  (Source:Instagram / @guskenworthy)

Gus Kenworthy took to Instagram Wednesday evening to share a hilarious clip of himself dancing with his chest out in Britney Spears' iconic living room where she uploaded countless videos of herself busting a move.

Of course, the out Olympic skier wasn't really in Spears' home, but used a filter to appear in the recognizable location. In the clip, Kenworthy dances to Halsey's cover of Diana Ross' iconic gay anthem "I'm Coming Out." But the silly clip is for a good cause — according to the "American Horror Story" actor's caption, the post is in partnership with YouTube. Adding the hashtag #YouTubePrideChallenge, the Google-owned company says it will donate $1 to the Trevor Project for every YouTube Short uploaded with the hashtag.

"Wearing leopard for one last twirl around my bestie @britneyspears' old living room to celebrate PRIDE!" Kenworthy wrote. "For every YouTube Short uploaded with the hashtag, #YouTubePrideChallenge, YouTube has pledged a $1 donation to @trevorproject, the preeminent LGBTQ+ organization for suicide prevention and support among queer youth. We stan! #ad"

During Pride Month, YouTube partnered with the Trevor Project.

"As part of YouTube's ongoing commitment to the community, we're continuing our partnership with The Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ+ youth, on a Come Through! For Pride Shorts challenge," the company explained in a blog post. "Entering the challenge is easy and fun! Create a Short showing how you're stepping out for Pride with a before and after transformation, select the track 'I'm Coming Out (for YouTube Shorts / Trevor Project)' by Halsey, use the hashtag #YouTubePrideChallenge and celebrate coming through for Pride! On top of YouTube's donation to the Trevor Project, we'll donate an additional $1 for every Short uploaded."

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