Hundreds of staffers and 36 departments at Castle participated, having tons of fun.
"Let's see the dance moves," KITV4 Reporter Lara Yamada asked Dr. Tay-Ing Yanq, who promptly repeated the dance he did in the video.
Call it busting a move, to take a bite out of breast cancer.
"It was a great experience and we hope to do it again next year," said Rodriquez.
Help Castle Medical Center win the "Pink Glove Dance" video competition and up to $10,000 by going to www.pinkglovedance.com
If they win, the money will be donated to the American Cancer Society of Hawaii.