'Law & Order: SVU' Scene of Little Noah in Dance Class Had Fans Getting Emotional
On the latest episode of 'Law and Order: SVU,' rising star, Ryan Buggle has twitter going crazy over a heartwarming dance scene.
Season 21 of "Law and Order: SVU" is not only breaking records as the longest-running drama in prime-time, but its latest episode is breaking hearts across the internet.
This week's episode is inspired by the Jussie Smollett's staged hate crime. However, the focus of the episode has been outshone by the final scene of the episode.
Olivia Benson, played by Mariska Hargitay fulfills her son's dream of taking part in a dance class. In the scene, Ryan Buggle, who plays Noah Porter-Benson share's an endearing moment with his mother as they smile back at each other during a ballet lesson.
Buggle is a dancer in real life. He posted a picture of the episode, in which he expresses his gratitude for the opportunity showcasing his talent, he says:
"I am so humbled by the opportunity to show how amazing the gift of dance can be for any child, regardless of gender Thank you..."
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I am so humbled by the opportunity to show how amazing the gift of dance can be for any child, regardless of gender Thank you... @nbcsvu @wolfentertainement @therealmariskahargitay Motivated to help in some small way to make dance more accessible to all children regardless of ability. That’s why I have designed a line with my friends @jakenothing that expresses my love for dance in NYC. A portion of each shirt will benefit the incredible organization @dancingdreamsny an amazing organization here in NYC dedicated to providing dance education to children regardless of their physical ability. Link in the bio! Keep on dancing! Love, Ryan Stay tuned for contest info tomorrow where you can enter to have your own @jakenothing shirt design! And thank you beautiful artist @elf_drawings for drawing this idea!
The scene has created a memorable moment for many fans who can't hold back sharing their emotions.
At just nine-years-old, Buggle is already a philanthropist. It is reported, for Christmas, in 2018, he donated hundreds of toys during a toy drive for the "Hazlet's Toys For Tots outlet."
He takes the opportunity to reveal his entrepreneurial and philanthropic plans, saying:
"Motivated to help in some small way to make dance more accessible to all children regardless of ability. That's why I have designed a line with my friends @jakenothing that expresses my love for dance in NYC. A portion of each shirt will benefit the incredible organization @dancingdreamsny."
Buggle's mention of dancing "regardless of gender" comes in response to comments made by "Good Morning America's" Lara Spencer. Some months ago she made fun of reports that Prince George will be enrolled in ballet classes at his school.
Many people in the dance community have criticized her for her bias opinions against male dancers. Spencer has since apologized for her insensitive comments. Fortunately, Fans are clearly loving the messages behind the final scene.
☺️I loved this #MotherAndSon💕💞moment😍😍— MARTHAAA GDL (@MARTHAAA_GDL) October 11, 2019
Thank you @Mariska @warrenleightTV @SVUWritersRoom @WolfEnt for motivate the talent of the young ones🧒🏼👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
🙌🏻This support is very valuable 👍🏻
Regards from #Guadalajara #Jalisco #México🇲🇽💚💭❤️😘😘😘😘😘🙋🏽♀️#FanForLife💜#SVU21 #DunDun pic.twitter.com/NlsHWYqfpM
The main storyline of the episode, which focuses on Smollett's staged hate crime has twitter reflecting on the controversial case. Many people are having discussions on social media comparing the show's evidence to a lot of the statements made public in Smollett's case.