3 Dancing dudes in heels give Beyoncé a run for her money

Jun 20, 2014 at 9:58 p.m. ET

Choreographer Yanis Marshall and his dancers have got it goin' on, and they know how to work the dance floor in some killer heels.

Choreographer Yanis Marshall just can't get enough of Beyoncé. But really, who can?

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The French dancer has posted a video of an in-studio dance rehearsal of the routine he performed with Arnaud Boursain and and Mehdi Mamine on the final show of this season's Britain's Got Talent, and it's pretty amazing. While most women have a hard time even walking in stilettos, these guys have no problem rocking out some moves that would make even Beyoncé jealous — while wearing spike-heeled boots.

"Don't you just love a Beyonce medley?!! Yes.. I just can't stop Choreographing to her music!!! This was our last rehearsal for the Final live show of Britain's Got Talent with my boys Arnaud Boursain and Mehdi Mamine," Marshall wrote on his YouTube channel. "We were lucky to have gone all the way through to the Final show! And we had so much fun performing everytime!"

Check out the boys' epic performance and Marshall's envy-inducing legs:


Marshall and his crew have a very special talent for paying tribute to some of our favorite female pop icons. They also filmed a video to the Spice Girls' "Wannabe."


And Lana Del Rey's "Brite Lites."


And Lady Gaga's hit "Applause."


The awesome trio didn't win this season, but Marshall seems satisfied for now that his video has gone viral. The dancer posted a tweet to Britain's Got Talent judge Simon Cowell today. Cowell is notorious for being very blunt in his criticisms on the show, and an angry fan even pelted him with eggs last summer.


This is not the first talent show video to go viral. Back in March, an Italian nun shocked viewers and judges with her angelic rendition of Alicia Keys' "No One" on her country's version of The Voice, and her performance got more than 53 million views on YouTube.