Ciara’s one-year-old daughter Sienna is showing she inherited her mother’s dancing genes. In a heartwarming video that has since gone viral, the little tot was seen dancing to her mother’s song despite her faltering steps.
Within only a day of posting it, Ciara’s video has been viewed over two million times. It’s not surprising because the content is very touching.
Little Sienna was filmed in her mother’s rehearsal room, surrounded by her backup dancers. The tiny tot herself looked ready to rock in an all-black ensemble of t-shirt and leggings. She had her sneakers to match.
As the dancers cheered her on, Sienna moved towards the recording device and burst into moves. She waved her hands excitedly as she swayed from side to side.
Ciara, 32, told her followers, “Si Si is Loving Dose.” The “Level Up” singer knew before this time that she had a bundle of talent on her hands. In an interview with Extra, she talked about her energetic daughter:
“Sienna dances. As soon as she hears music, she is bouncing. It's crazy”
Ciara welcomed her daughter with her husband, NFL Quarterback Russell Wilson in April last year. The couple had a chat with ET Online recently, and Wilson confirmed his wife’s words about Sienna. He said:
"She's got so much personality... She was dancing to 'Level Up' today, and she's grooving, and I'm like. 'Man, she's got better rhythm than me and she's 1!'"
The football player also used the opportunity to promote his wife:
"First of all, she is an amazing mom, but the entertainer that she is, she's been entertaining for -- I don't know -- 14 years now, and doing it the best the best way possible so, it's exciting. The stuff she has coming up next is even more fire, so you know what I'm saying."
Ciara married Wilson in 2016, two years after parting ways with her ex-fiancé and rapper, Future. The estranged couple shares a son, Future Zahir.
Her new single, “Dose” is scheduled to drop on September 14 and if it’s anything like “Level Up,” fans are in for a treat. Sienna loves it already, so we’ll be trusting the little one’s judgment on this one.
Go, Si Si.