Granny hears popular AC/DC song and busts out some pretty sweet dance moves

Cheryl Kahla
Oct 03, 2018
11:16 A.M.
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An unknown elderly lady went viral after she was caught on camera dancing to the rock song "Highway to Hell" in Paisley, Scotland. 


Rockband Badboys was performing at The Spree when the woman, later dubbed the "Rawkin Gran," made her way down the street. 

When she heard the music, she immediately began dancing, much to the delight of onlookers who cheered her on.

Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. Her spectacular impromptu performance can be seen below. 


The "Rawkin Gran" was dressed in a purple coat, wearing a pair of therapeutic shoes and pushed her walker down the street but she didn't let that stop her. 

She even played some air guitar while the band members were rocking in the background and swung her arms frantically during the final part of the song.


The fun-loving women then casually waved to the crowd as she walked off. 

Badboys shared the clip to their Facebook page where it had been viewed more than 2.7 million times with 28,000 shares, 11,000 reactions, and 2.4 comments. 


They said in the caption: 

"Badboys played at The Spree in Paisley today; the last song was Highway to Hell and this happened#RAWKIN GRAN-AMAZING!!!"

Source: YouTube/William Kinnear


Earlier this week, a 92-year-old woman named Elizabeth Seabrooke also went viral after her daughter took her the Notting Hill Carnival. 

She said that her grandmother "ate some corn, drank a rum cocktail and had a very good time." The photos show her dancing in the street and hugging other carnival-goers. 


Since her photos had been making headlines around the world, many have noted that the nonagenarian had radiant skin. 

The granny said in the short follow-up video clip that the only two things she relies on for good skin, are "Lidl cream and an open heart."


While some said her beauty routine is what contributes to her youthful appearance, others said it is because Seabrook is "open to new experiences and cultures."

Her granddaughter said that theory could be true: 

“She just went to enjoy it. She didn’t even think of a political aspect, so perhaps it’s true.”

She is also delighted that her grandmother's photos elicited such positive comments from around the globe and said that it's been "a positive week."