2 young French Canadians dancing in towels, what’s not to like? (video)

Two young French Canadians in towels perform a dance on a French variety show. Oh Canada!

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They’re called “Les Beaux Frères,” which means “the handsome brothers” (it also means “the brothers-in-law if the two words are hyphenated, but they’re not – I suspect it might be a pun). And they most certainly are.

A reader sent me their website and their promo video – they appear to be modern-day clown-type acrobatic guys.  Kind of neat.  There’s a second video of them beneath the towels.

Okay, strike that.  There is no video of them “beneath the towels” (that I know of). But you can find a second of video of them lower down on this page after you watch the towel video :)


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