A decade of Internet superstars: Where are they now?

Whatever happened to the Evolution of Dance guy or that kid who loved Britney Spears so much he cried for her under his sheet?

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Judson Laipply: "Evolution of Dance"

Choreographing the "Evolution of Dance" through the ages earned Judson Laipply a place in the Internet superstar hall of fame. The comedian's 6-minute routine, showcasing dance moves from Elvis to N'Sync, has amassed tens of millions of hits and has been discussed on everything from "Inside Edition" to "Rolling Stone."

Now, the evolution continues. Laipply, who keeps himself busy by speaking at schools and corporations, is preparing to unveil a second compilation of twists and turns--and a book to go with it. "It has been a long road getting song rights and the like, but everything is finally in place, and I am excited for the launch," he says.

Watch for the revamped routine in early 2009.

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