David Ross went full '90s nostalgia for his second 'Dancing with the Stars' routine
Last week, the day we'd all been waiting for finally arrived: David Ross made his debut on "Dancing with the Stars," complete with a bedazzled Cubs uniform and a light-up baseball field and plenty of well-wishes from his former teammates.
After he and partner Lindsey Arnold quickstepped their way to the third highest score of the opening night, what could the former catcher do for an encore? One word: Zubaz.
Lest you thought the early '90s nostalgia was confined to wardrobe choices, before his routine Ross got in a little rapping:
The broadcast even treated us to a quick look at Ross' high school days:
Which just so happens to look like another Chicago big leaguer:
And then, finally, it was time for the main event -- set to Young MC's "Bust a Move":
Since we know you're wondering, yes, of course there was break dancing:
Some famous fans chimed in:
Give it up to David and Lindsay for moving on to the next round! Way to bust a move out there Rossy!- RyanDempster (@Dempster46) March 28, 2017
Ross and Arnold's routine earned a score of 27 out of 40, good enough to advance them to next week's show. The erstwhile Grandpa Rossy could still use your help, though -- you can give him your vote right here, and tune in to see how he does next Monday at 8 p.m. ET.