- A student of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, displayed her amazing dancing skills and wowed many on social media
- A video of the young lady was shared on Facebook in which she could be seen doing the legwork dance in heels
- Many people who saw the adorable video on social media commended her for her ability to dance effortlessly in heels
A Nigerian lady has got many people talking after displaying amazing dancing skills in a viral video that was shared on social media.
In the video that was shared by Worldofafrica.tv, the lady was surrounded by a lot of people who were wowed as she did the legwork dance in heels.
She's in a contest
The young lady wore a short gown and danced effortlessly to the excitement of her audience who kept screaming.
It seemed like a competition as tag number 6 was fixed to her gown while she did her amazing legwork moves.
One of those that took to the comment section, Elle Mark, said the event happened at Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, adding that the lady was contesting for Miss Hostel.
In her words:
"That's AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY, in front of igbinedion hostel, the event is hall week, she's contesting for miss hostel."
Many are impressed
Facebook user identified as Igu Obinna said:
"There are no haters in the background.. The other girls are fellow contestants waiting patiently for their turn while admiring her."
Alaba Okereke commented:
"I can't even dance with my bare feet and definitely I can't walk in those heels, Nawa oo."
Bitisha Das said:
"Wearing those heels and dance.. It's a challenging dream for me."
Other women with killer legs
Briefly News also reported that a beautiful young lady with the Twitter handle @Matyaleni recently sent many South African Twitter users into a frenzy after posting a snap of herself looking all sorts of beautiful and delectable.
"Reaching out for 100k followers pls - I promise to give great content," she captioned the gorgeous Twitter post.
Many of her followers absolutely loved the post and wasted no time heading to the comment section where they shared a plethora of compliments. Many of them also asked her to follow them back.
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