Arlington-raised performer Todrick Hall has created a lot of fun videos about a lot of topics, including Disney classics, The Wizard of Oz, '90s music and Justice League. But if you were to ask us what topics we expected him to sing about next, Cheetos and curling (as in, the winter Olympics sport) would probably be pretty far down the list.

Yet here we are with "Teach Me How to Curl," a song about those two things, specifically.

"I'm always looking to entertain in exciting and unexpected ways," Hall says in a press release. "When Cheetos wanted to team up to create a new dance move, 'The Curl,' I immediately leapt at the opportunity. Doing 'The Curl' is a blast and I can't wait to see people get behind this new dance craze and the USA Curling team by sharing their own renditions."

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Cheetos, a product of Plano-based Frito-Lay, apparently teamed up with the USA Curling team back in Oct. 2017. Fun fact, did you know that Cheetos claims to be "the experts in cheese curls?" So that's a thing that makes the partnership make a little bit more sense. 

"Teach Me How to Curl" was, according to a Cheetos press release, "inspired by the beloved tradition of the touchdown dance." In addition to Hall, the music video features Washington Redskins tight end ("and curling fan") Vernon Davis alongside former Texas Christian University player and NFL hall of famer LaDainian Tomlinson.

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