Dancing grannies strut their stuff for a crowd of bemused onlookers
A group of old-looking women caught the attention of pedestrians as they confidently danced on the sidewalk.
Their fascinating groove styles were captured in a video shared on Youtube with the title, "Fizzogs 'Dancing Grannies' Take Bhangra To Touchwoord".
Dressed in their grandmother clothes and wigs, the three ladies danced to upbeat music in front of a clothing store at Touchwood Shopping Centre in Solihull, England.
With the way they raise their feet and arms, it is hard to believe that the dancing ladies are grandmothers. Onlookers watched them in awe.
At the end of their performance, the trio handed out brochures to the awestruck onlookers.
The Dancing Grannies are part of the Fizzog Productions that was formed in 2000 by Sue Hawkins, Jacky Fellows and Deb Nicholls.
"Our forte is comedy. It's something we're very good at," the talented group states on their website.
Their comedy centers on the Black Country, which is their home. The trio said that since 2000, "we have poured our energies into bringing some joy, laughter and drama into the lives of our growing list of fans."
The group has amassed hundreds of thousands of views on their YouTube channel, Fizzog Productions, which has 10,000 followers.
The two-minute clip of the performance at Touchwood Shopping Centre has been viewed nearly 45,000 times.
Fans were quick to express their admiration of the talented comedians.
'A guaranteed smile every time,' commented Denise Gregory.
'Awesome... blessings!!' wrote Grace Mutagubya.
Mehak Khan quipped: 'Omg stamina haha.'
A YouTube user also pointed out that the group's video went trending in India.
The group also has tens of thousands of followers on their official Facebook page where they advertise their shows.
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