June 25th, 2010
04:29 PM ET
When Remote Kontrol stopped by the CNN Center in Atlanta to show off their moves – set to a song they composed themselves – the three-man dance crew could barely get back out of the building.
What all started with Bryan Gaynor taking a chance and auditioning for “So You Think You Can Dance” back in 2006 has escalated Gaynor and his crew members, Marquese Scott and Julius Chisolm, into total notoriety.
Although the three of them spent 30 minutes trying to make their escape as fans stopped them on their way out, Gaynor told CNN that the attention still catches him off guard.
The trio hung out at CNN.com a few days before they were scheduled to perform on Thursday's “So You Think You Can Dance,” a gig scheduled that gave Gaynor a chance to show what he and his crew could do. While the Kennesaw State University student did try out again for this season, he wasn't put through.
Gaynor, who suffers from scoliosis (a condition that causes the curvature of the spine), said he never thought that after auditioning for "SYTYCD" that he would get this “exposure, and all these props…and everyone just loving how I performed,” he said.
“When I read other people’s comments about how my performance inspires them to do what they love," Gaynor added, "I just couldn’t believe that I have these kinds of reactions.”
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