Fans watched on in shock as topless Middlesbrough winger Albert Adomah interrupted the girl band 'Viva Pitch' during their performance in the Yeovil Town post-match celebrations on the final day of the season.
The four-piece Yeovil Town girl band Viva Pitch gained the extra dancer mid-way through their performance in the English second tier match.
The London born Ghana international, who played the first half of the match, added his own moves to Viva Pitch's choreography. And for some reason he decided to do it without a shirt on.
Adomah was clearly very happy about their 4-1 win and a 12th placed finish in the Championship.
The former Bristol City winger signed for Boro last summer, and has gone on to have a very successful first season on Teeside, scoring 13 goals in 40 Championship appearances.
And he will be hoping that the carnival atmosphere he enjoyed on the pitch at Huish Park on Saturday will not be his last of the summer, as he looks to be included in Ghana's World Cup plans.
The crowd loved it and the ladies seemed to enjoy their guest performer, as well. This is how you end the season right. Dancing shirtless and uninvited with a girl group on the pitch.
Viva Pitch, meanwhile, will be entertaining League One crowds next season, as the Glovers were relegated after finishing bottom of the Championship this season.