- A little baby has competed well with an adult in a dance competition and she really did well
- While dancing to Dr Doofenshmirtz's There's a Platypus Controlling Me, the baby showed mad skills, not minding how the adult sashayed to the beat
- If winning a dance contest was about how much one smiles, the baby could have been the winner
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A little baby has shown very cool dance moves as she slugged it out with another adult who could be her father or brother
In dancing to Dr Doofenshmirtz's There's a Platypus Controlling Me, a popular children music, the baby wiggled her body as she did the signature hand move.
Her adult partner, not wanting to be outmatched, also displayed his smooth dance steps as he took one of his legs over the kid's head.
Throughout the short performance that has been watched over 600,000 times, the baby could be seen smiling.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the comments on the video:
"I got anxiety when he swung his foot over her head omg."
"She gets the dancing from her daddy and momma."
"If I can’t babysit like this don’t even ask me."
"Legit one my favorite videos ever. She dance better me."
"Simply salute to every father raising their daughter, that energy is special."
"This is too cute msn. & bruh in the back got me dead asf."
"She was like “lemme show you rugrats how to do this.”
In other adorable Briefly.co.za news, South African soccer legend Itumeleng Khune shared an adorable picture of George Lebese and his daughter. Lebese plays for the Colorado Springs Switchbacks based in the USA and Itu is Kaizer Chiefs' goalie.
Itu referred to Lebese as "Uncle" and said that his little girl was happy to see international footballer. Itu also hashtagged #WelcomeBackBrother in a lovely Twitter caption to welcome the 31-year-old back to the country.
Itu's adorable post gained over 6 000 likes and over 300 retweets on the social networking site. Fans were more interested in a rather old-looking light blue phone that was on the couch next to Lebese.
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