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November 07, 2018

Elderly couple proves age is just a number with amazing dance moves

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Michael Garland and Carol Constant keep on wowing many people with their dance moves. The senior couple just proved that age is only a number.

Garland and Constant - both in their 70s - regularly perform at the dance clubs in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area.

At their age, they still stun the crowd with their dance styles, including Hip Hop, Jazz, Swing, and Ballroom.

In this video, which was filmed when they were in their late 60's, the former Texas State Dance Champions can be seen pulling off an incredible gymnastic feat.

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Garland and Constant then continue to bring it on with much more eye-popping moves.

The snail's pace routine seems as though it was choreographed by the slow-poke tortoise from Aesop's Fables at first.

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But all that changes the moment Constant strikes an attractive Marilyn Monroe pose and gazes directly into the crowd.

Seconds later, she twists around like a power gymnast and sticks her arms between her legs.

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As "Mambo Italiano" by Bette Midler plays in the background, Garland suddenly comes to life.

He takes the lead by seizing hold of his wife's outstretched hands, and afterward, he flips her up into the air.

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For their entire lives, Garland and Constant have been dance accomplices. Calling themselves "Curly and Flash: A Blast from the Past," they blow some people's minds wherever they go.

Garland made an appearance on both American Bandstand and Soul Train in his younger days. He also worked as a choreographer for the hit TV soap "Dallas."

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In an interview with Dallas Observer, he said, "If you put us behind the silhouette, people think we're in our teens. We do some crazy routines that even the kids won't do."

It's not surprising that there are some middle-aged individuals out there who also want to be much the same as them when they grow up.

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