- An amazing young dancer has blown South Africa away with his ballet moves
- He was filmed by his brothers during lockdown in Gugulethu
- The video was posted by Andrew Warth of Zama Dance School and social media users sang the boy's praises
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Andrew Warth posted an amazing video online of a 13-year-old boy, Hlumelo, who has got some amazing dance moves.
Briefly.co.za learned that the video was filmed during lockdown by Hlumelo's brothers in Gugulethu and captures the boy's graceful movements. He is exceptionally talented and his passion for ballet will take him far.
"Here is a clip of 13-year-old ZAMA student, Hlumelo practising his allegro. It was filmed during lockdown by his brothers, Shaun and Lubabalo, at the back of their house‼️ Well done team Ntshangana."
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Social media users were blown away by the youth's talent:
Vanessa Levenstein: "This is wonderful."
Sean O'Neill: "Well done chaps! Great spirit."
Pam Robinson: "That image brings such a feeling of joy to me. In the face of such hardship, your lessons produce such talent. ❤️"
Sean O'Neill: "I appreciate getting the Zama posts. Always humbled and inspired by Andrew, Leanne and team and all the young Gugs dancers who have achieved so much in adversity. More power to your pumps!"
Caron Broadbent: "Brilliant another great dancer in the making."
Astrid Sherman: "Oh SUCH TALENT! You guys should be so proud. Hope to watch this boy on the big stage soon."
Kristyna Kashvili: "Amazing young dancer! A professional male dancer in the making. Bravo and thank you to the filming team."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Twitter user Papa Crump (@PurpleHawkCrump) shared the video featuring his daughter and her fun dance moves.
The proud father explained that she had previously filmed herself dancing and was now engaging in a dance-off against herself.
Tweeps found the video too adorable and Briefly.co.za marvelled at the reaction. Incredibly, the video has been viewed 1.8 million times.
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