For those of you who don't already know, The Jonas Brothers performed in Austin, Texas this weekend and absolutely killed it. Many were just as excited to see the boy band as they were to see their opener, Bebe Rexha. Understandably so, as the singer is known to bring a fan on stage during her set. This weekend in Austin, the special fan chosen to dance with Bebe Rexha before The Jonas Brothers came on absolutely danced his heart out on stage, and it made the crowd go crazy!
If you haven't gotten a ticket to see pop-rock band at one of their remaining shows yet, then you definitely should.
Not only does the boy band give an amazing performance, but so does Bebe Rexha, their epic opener.
Nothing gets a crowd more excited than seeing a fellow fan on stage representing them, and this weekend in Austin, Logan Taylor did just that, leaving the crowd and Bebe Rexha stunned.
You can tell just what kind of impression Taylor left on the singer thanks to her posts about him on both Instagram and Twitter.
While it's common for her to bring a fan on stage, it's not so common to get a shoutout from her afterward on her social.
Taylor represented Austin well last night, and thanks to him, Bebe Rexha's performance in the city will be one she never forgets.
Above you can see a tweet from Bebe herself, exclaiming her love for "Logan from Austin."
The young fan was quick to respond with even more footage and photos of his time on stage, where you can see all of the dance moves he showed off.
I don't know about you, but dancing on stage in front of hundreds and thousands of people would be nerve-racking, but he didn't let that stop him from having a good time!
It's safe to say Taylor didn't hold back and the fans loved it. He truly used his 5 seconds of fame.
Let's hope The Jonas Brothers caught wind of Taylor's dancing, now that would be something.
Bebe Rexha was sporting an incredible all-black outfit at the show in Austin this weekend, slaying us all.
We can't wait to see who she brings on stage next, though we know no one will beat "Logan from Austin."