'Balang' grooves to Ed Sheeran's hit song for 4th 'Ellen' guesting

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — Child performer John Philip Bughaw, more known as "Balang," was featured for the fourth time on the U.S. television program "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

Known for his viral videos showcasing his energetic dance moves to various pop songs, Bughaw once again grooved his way to the show, this time to Ed Sheeran's hit title "Shape of You."

"He's gone from being a 6-year-old dancing boy from the Philippines to an 8-year-old international star," said show host Ellen DeGeneres upon introducing Bughaw.

The Bacoor, Cavite native also revealed he is already an honorary licensed zumba instructor, after mentioning in a previous episode his desire to become one.

When DeGeneres teasingly asked Bughaw how long he used the exercise bicycle they gave him in his previous guesting, Bughaw answered, "3 minutes," eliciting laughter from the audience.

Bughaw first danced his way to "Ellen" back in May 2015, flaunting his talent to Jessie J's "Bang Bang."

He later returned in November, rocking to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies," then in May 2016, demonstrating the popular dance move "Nae Nae" with in-house celebrity disc-jockey Stephen "Twitch" Boss.