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Viral TikTok Star Nathan Apodaca Glides to 'Dreams' in Inauguration Day's 'Parade Across America'

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DoggFace (aka Nathan Apodaca) skateboards during Parade Across America during The Inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on January 20, 2021.

He's at it again! TikTok star Nathan Apodaca (aka DoggFace) showed off the moves that made him go viral on the social media platform, this time as part of President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris' Parade Across America special -- hosted by former Scandal star Tony Goldwyn -- part of the Inauguration Day festivities, on Jan. 20.

Apodaca's new video started with him once again smoothly skateboarding to Fleetwood Mac's 1977 hit "Dreams." Only this time, instead of cruising with a big bottle of Ocean Spray cran-raspberry juice, he had a small U.S. flag in his left hand and a face mask on as he skateboarded around snowy roads in his native Idaho.

The TikTok star -- whose viral video has received Fleetwood Mac's stamp of approval and more than 12.5 million likes since being posted in September -- wasn't the only one rolling around in the clip. True to the name of the inauguration special, the video also featured Americans from across the country -- including Michigan, California, D.C., Massachusetts, Colorado, New York, and more -- smoothly skating to "Dreams" in their own states. Like Apodaca, some skateboarders were holding little flags, while others opted to stay true to the original and went with his beverage of choice.

The Parade Across America special also featured appearances by Jon Stewart, a reunion by the New Radicals, DJ Cassidy's Pass the Mic, and others. It was just one part of the star-studded Inauguration Day events, which included performances by Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, and Garth Brooks earlier in the day.

In the evening, Tom Hanks hosts the Celebrating America event, which will feature stars including Justin Timberlake, John Legend, Demi Lovato, and Ant Clemonts. It begins at 8:30 p.m. ET, and will be broadcast on ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, and MSNBC. It will also stream live on the Presidential Inaugural Committee's YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Twitch.

Watch Apodaca's segment on "Parade Across America" below: