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Dancing police officer crushes Beyoncé's 'Formation' at pep rally

Chloe Bryan
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Deuntay Diggs is back, and his moves are more flawless than ever.

The Virginia police officer, already famous for busting a move to Beyoncé's "Formation" during a school fundraising event in August, has delivered a follow-up performance, this time at a North Stafford High School pep rally.

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Yes, this one was another hit — at least according to this large group of screaming, dancing teens.

According to a profile in BuzzFeed, Diggs is the first openly gay deputy at the Stafford County sheriff's office. He's also a motivational speaker, covering topics related to race and restoring trust between communities of color and their local police departments.

And if that wasn't cool enough, Diggs also learned the entire dance (which ironically enough accompanies a song and video interpreted as critical of police brutality) the night before his original performance. "I just watched her video on YouTube over and over again, and then I memorized it, practiced it, and the next day I did it," he said.

Talk about slaying.