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'Lunch Ladies' start to dance in a high school gym. They whip around and it's so funny

Apr 03, 2018
08:20 P.M.
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A high school team stunned the audience with their hilarious number dressed as typical lunch ladies.

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During the American Dance/Drill Team competition, a team of Hallsville High School dance team got the audience laughing with tears as they performed an enjoyable dance number dressed as lunch ladies.

According to Shared, the high school team was dressed up in hilarious costumes including everything that a lunch lady would wear - aprons, hair-nets, and even padding over their behind to give a similar appearance.

They entered the gym floor during the competition looking like your average lunch ladies, with food-stained clothes and funny-looking, traditional attire.

But when the music began, the people in the attendance immediately realized that they were in for a big treat. And, needless to say, their expectation turned out to be absolutely true.

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The source informed that the dance team 'won over the crowd' right from the beginning of their hilarious skit by combining cool choreography moves with amazingly funny music and acting.

Their selection of music had a whole range of popular songs, which added to the humor of the whole situation. Their music included Don't Cha by Pussycat Dolls, and Yummy Yummy Yummy I Got Love in My Tummy by Ohio Express.

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They also danced to the songs Apple Bottom Jeans by Flo Rida, Tootsee Roll by the 69 Boyz, Do the Mashed Potatoes by James Brown, and Eat It by Weird Al Yankovic.

To further add to the comedic effect of the entire performance, the dancers perfectly mixed some of the old-school dance moves, which might have been performed by a lunch lady, with more modern choreographic moves.

The source reported that toward the end of the performance, everyone in the audience was so impressed that they were up to their feet and dancing to the groovy routine presented by the high school team.

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