Seahawks receivers' NSYNC-inspired touchdown dance took home Celebration of the Year Honors at Saturday night's NFL Honors ceremony.
Seahawks receivers said, "Bye Bye Bye" to celebrate a touchdown during an October win over the Cleveland Browns, and on Saturday night, they said hello to Celebration of the Year honors for their NSYNC-inspired touchdown dance.
Seattle receivers Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, Jaron Brown and David Moore did a brief NSYNC "Bye Bye Bye" dance in the end zone to celebrate Brown's 17-yard touchdown reception, and that well-choreographed dance was named the Bud Light Celly of the Year at Saturday's NFL Honors show in Miami a day before Super Bowl LIV.
The celebration went viral almost immediately, and the 1990s boy band even expressed their approval via twitter.
This is the second straight year Seattle's receivers have come up with the celebration of the year, having won the inaugural Celebration of the Year award last year for their dance that was inspired by the 1991 movie "The Five Heartbeats."