VINICIUS JR showed his silky-smooth skills on the dance floor as well as on the court after being invited on stage by pop star Ludmilla.
The Real Madrid star, 21, has had an action-packed summer as he celebrates his club’s La Liga and Champions League double.
Last week, Vinicius attended a DJ Khaled concert at Story nightclub in Miami with Paul Pogba, Paulo Dybala and his friends.
Vini had teamed up with Pogba, Roberto Carlos and Patrick Kluivert on Team Ronaldinho for an All-Star exhibition match earlier in the day.
And now images have emerged of Vinicius dancing like no one is watching on stage during Brazilian pop star Ludmilla’s latest concert.
The concert appears to have taken place in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo last week, with Vinicius dressed in an all-white suit, white sneakers and a black shirt.
The international with 14 selections was snatched from the crowd and invited on stage.
Vinicius Jr joined 27-year-old Ludmilla and threw some forms, showing he’s just as fast on the dance floor as he is on the football pitch.
Clearly a huge fan, the Brazilian prodigy perfectly copied Ludmilla and her team of superb backup dancer moves.
After nailing the choreography, Vinicius hugged Ludmilla and strutted towards the crowd.
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It kicked off a big week for the Real Madrid star, who was back in Brazil having helped his side not only win La Liga but also score the winner in the Champions League final win over Liverpool.
After his stay at home, Vinicius flew north to the United States where he joined Ronaldinho and his friends for an exhibition match, dubbed the “beautiful game”, at Inter Miami Stadium.
He even swapped teams at half-time – playing 45 minutes each for Team Ronaldinho and Team Roberto Carlos – in the latter’s star-studded 12-10 thriller.
From there, the winger – set to sign a bumper new contract at Los Blancos – enjoyed a night out with his teammates for the day, including Pogba and Dybala during a DJ Khaled gig.
Vinicius is now set to return to Spain to report for pre-season duty – and put pen to paper on his new contract, with his current one expiring in the summer of 2024.
The Brazilian was in fine form last season, scoring 22 goals and providing 20 assists in 52 appearances.
And Marca claim Vinicius should be rewarded for his performances with a new long-term contract – including an ‘anti-state club clause’.
The clause is believed to be a plot to stop mega-wealthy clubs like Newcastle and Paris Saint-Germain from snatching him up.
The South American – who is expected to more than triple his salary from £50,000-a-week to £165,000-a-week – is expected to commit to the club until at least the end of the 2026-27 season.