You've likely seen Donté Colley's videos around the Internet, but did you know he was Canadian?\nI know. I wasn't that surprised either. After all, he's famous for being a motivational dancer. Sounds pretty Canadian to me.\nI was unexpectedly proud, though.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Watch Ryan Reynolds' New Documentary In IMAX Theatres Across Canada This Weekend\nTL;DR This epic Canadian dancer is spreading positivity across the Internet and the world is officially obsessed.\nSince starting his motivational dances on Instagram last year, Donté Colley has taken the Internet by storm, getting attention from the likes of Buzzfeed, The Social and Good Morning America, to name a few.\nView this post on Instagram Thank you so much @thesocialctv for having me today “What other people think of you is none of your business” - @wpa_to I’m going to take a chill on posting because I’m breaking all the ig rules by posting more than once but, I’m happy that I’m not the only one that has been looking for a bit more of positive message on social media and I’m so thankful and excited that I’m not the only one. #WeAreAllInThisTogether and I really couldn’t ask for a better support system, and out of all of this making some people feel a bit better, even myself. Love you guys so much. #YouAreHereForAReason ♥️♥️♥️♥️ A post shared by Donté Colley (@donte.colley) on Feb 5, 2019 at 7:50pm PST\nThe Toronto-born dancer is only 21 years old and has managed to go viral with several of his uplifting and motivational videos.\nIn the videos, which you can see more of below, he dances freely to jams from all decades, shooting emojis of love and positivity from his body.\nView this post on Instagram [ from me to you📩 - donte #YouAreNotAlone] 💙💕💚🌟 Today is #BellLetsTalk day. #BellLetsTalk is a campaign I am super passionate about. Mental Health affects us all. Working together to end the stigma surrounding Mental Illness. We’re all here and in this together. We need each other in order to make a change. I’m so into everything that this campaign is pushing out into the universe. @Bell_LetsTalk will donate 5 cents for every hashtag of #BellLetsTalk used on twitter or any videos watched on their platforms and donates to mental health initiatives. 4 years ago, my sister committed suicide. I am so thankful to see comments like “this saved me” under the posts I create, it means just as much to me as it does for you. Everyday is a struggle and not one day goes by where my heart doesn’t hurt or I don’t wake up broken. I live with the guilt of not being able to save her. I love her with all that I have and I know she’s always around. I can feel her presence and I hope she’s proud of each and everyone one of us vocalizing what she didn’t have the chance to. You are here for a reason, you DO belong and you are SO important. You are not alone in this. If you are contemplating life today or tomorrow. I just want to remind you that there ARE people here who care about you and that you are such a fucking important person. I love you. You are needed to make this world a better place. You have so much to offer that no one else is going to be able to provide because YOU are the only YOU in this world. no one else can even compare to YOU. I love you. so much. Let’s work together to make the change this planet needs. We are losing too many amazing people. A post shared by Donté Colley (@donte.colley) on Jan 30, 2019 at 11:10am PST\nSeriously, I wish I was as positive as this guy. The video above was Colley's post for Bell's #LetsTalk day.\nIt's easy to understand why he's gone so viral... everyone could use a little shot of Donté Colley in the morning.\nView this post on Instagram Hey!! Welcome to a brand #newweek 🌟✨💫 #keepgoing you ARE accomplishing so much. #believeinyourself #youCANdoit💕♥️❣️ #LETSGO ft. @beyonce A post shared by Donté Colley (@donte.colley) on Jan 28, 2019 at 8:19am PST\nAccording to Flare, the dancer works at Aritizia when he's not chatting and dancing with Busy Philips.\nView this post on Instagram The only thing we love as much as an inspirational dance party with @donte.colley💃 is taking a selfie with him!🤳🤗 #BusyTonight A post shared by Busy Tonight (@busytonighttv) on Jan 17, 2019 at 1:40pm PST\nColley has also been featured in Paper Magazine's recent list, "100 People Taking Over 2019."\nHe was also recently featured in an interview with Flare Magazine, where he opened up about his hopes for the future and his motivation behind motivating others online.\n💙💙😭 https://t.co/zipvJJEu67\n— Donté Colley (@dontecolley) January 30, 2019\nThe Canadian apparently has plans to move to L.A. after finishing his digital communications degree at Guelph University.\nThe move makes sense since Colley is hoping to pursue his work in dance, perhaps one day dancing for one of his idols, Beyonce or Rihanna, on tour.\nView this post on Instagram Don’t worry!! #urokay luv, enjoy ✨🧡 A post shared by Donté Colley (@donte.colley) on Jan 19, 2019 at 3:17pm PST\nOther goals and dreams include creating a web series that focuses on mental health.\nThis seems like another great fit considering how uplifting Colley's work has been to over 600,000 people on Instagram.\email@example.com via\nIn a world where so many people feel alone and struggle silently with mental health issues, it's nice to know there are random Canadians out there doing their best to make this world a better place.\nI'm definitely rooting for him and I send alllllll that positive energy he's put into the world right back in his direction.