The Twitter account @DancingLizardd has gained popularity on Twitter for dancing to whatever his audience requests -- everything except country. A video of the lizard dancing to "Come On Eileen" has been popular online.

The weird characters – sometimes CGI, sometimes not – dancing forever to an eternity of songs has thrilled Twitter for eons. There was the life giving dancing skeleton meme which showed a dancing puppet skeleton wiggling his tiny bony butt to a variety of tunes. Then there was a villainous looking Winnie the Pooh swinging his weird looking wrist around as a series of strange medleys played. Now we have a new contender for the crown of Twitter’s beloved dancing: a chubby, tiny CGI lizard known as @dancinglizardd who will dance to whatever sweet tunes we ask it too. Here it is dancing to the Dexys Midnight Runners song “Come On Eileen”.

https://twitter.com/dancinglizardd/status/1036767732983836672

And here’s the little rascal dancing to what he describes as “that one part in Bohemian Rhapsody”, even though I am going to go ahead and say Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody is all “that one part”.

https://twitter.com/dancinglizardd/status/1037165158475411456

In any case the nation is in love with the butt shaking dead eyed CGI lizard, dancing to everything he can dance to, wiggling his lizard tail to everything it can be wiggled to…

https://twitter.com/dancinglizardd/status/1036785456543936512

https://twitter.com/dancinglizardd/status/1037066991717240832

https://twitter.com/dancinglizardd/status/1037419238556925952

Although the dancing lizard has one rule…

https://twitter.com/dancinglizardd/status/1037449030970888192

Understandable, although a lizard dancing to some Dolly Parton would be pretty exciting to see… Oh well! I guess we’ll have to settle for some 80’s MTV classics! “Settle”. As if I’m not absolutely excited to see the lizard dance to A-Ha’s classic “Take On Me”…

https://twitter.com/dancinglizardd/status/1037521048269467648

What do you think of the dancing CGI lizard? Is his dancing pure and good? What would you like to see him dance to? Is he better than the dancing Winnie the Pooh or the dancing skeleton of memes long past? Why won’t he dance to country music? All good questions. In any case, let us know what you think in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.