- An 11-year-old girl, Celeste Lewis, dressed up and spoke like Kamala Harris, the vice-presidential candidate to Joe Biden
- The girl's clip has been watched over 700,000 times, drawing the attention of people from far and wide
- In response, Kamala commended Celeste's act as she funnily said she has her vote in the ongoing presidential election
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A little girl, Celeste Lewis, has become very popular on social media after she mimicked a US vice-presidential candidate, Kamala Harris.
Not only did she play the dress up part so well, but Celeste also has the spitting image of Kamala. The video of the imitation was shared by her mother, Erinn Harley-Lewis, on Twitter.
People reports that the 56-year-old vice presidential candidate is the first black woman who will be joining a big party’s presidential ticket.
In her play video, the young girl said:
“When I become vice president, I want to help all the American people. I want to deliver healthcare for all, equality and justice under the law.”
Since the clip surfaced online, it has drawn thousands of likes and retweets to the extent that the vice-presidential candidate had to respond to the video.
Watch the clip below:
In her response, Harris said:
“She has my vote. Tell her to keep leading.”
Celeste’s mom in an interview spoke about how bold her daughter is.
“It was a moving moment for me. When I was 11 I didn’t have anybody standing on that American political stage, not at this level. So it’s certainly, for me, moving history forward."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the video of a 13-year-old girl, Miracle, got many emotional on the same platform. The girl was all teary when she got her adoption news after spending six years in a foster home.
In a short clip, the girl sat in a hammock as she rocked herself back and forth while reading a letter that was sent by her prospective adopting family. The letter, written by a member of the family, expressed how thankful they were in hope that she would move in with them.
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