5 little girls created their own dance moves and their performance is so much fun to watch
This adorable footage shows the five girls choreographed their own dance, and their staggering performance got a ton of smiles.
In the viral YouTube clip shared recently, the girls can be seen dancing to Walk the Moon's “Shut Up and Dance."
One little girl was very excited when her mother allowed her to have friends come over for a sleepover, according to ShareTap.
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The young woman's closest companions are dancers just like her. To stay busy, her supportive mom arranged different activities.
The first plan was to have matching outfits, so they rocked the same pink pajama set. The fun, however, doesn’t stop there.
Their next activity was to have the same hairstyle. All the girls at that point wore matching braids.
For their final activity of the night. The lovely young girls decide to create their own dance moves.
After practicing their routine, the girls are finally ready to perform it.
As soon as they found the ideal open spot in the house, they start out side by side with one leg extended out.
Though these girls are all used to dancing, their claim to fame is doing the Irish dance.
In the video which was filmed by the mother, the five girls can be seen breaking out in a hypnotizing and fun performance of the Irish jig.
When the song begins to play, the girls give it a fun twist with their Irish step.
Each young lady starts kicking out their legs in unison. Their execution is so much fun to watch.
These talented girls remind us of the story of the eight Irish dancers who caught Ed Sheeran's attention. The young dancers ended up in the singer's "Galway Girl" music video.
In January 2017, Sheeran announced that he needs Irish dancers to star in a video for his song.
That's when these eight dancers filmed a video of them dancing to the singer's hit, "Shape of You."
The video quickly went viral and eventually captured Sheeran's attention.