- A dance video went viral via Facebook and the star of the show was an adorable toddler
- The cute little girl can be seen jiving and trying to keep up with her two much older dance partners
- South Africans can't get enough of the video and it's already attracted nearly 20 000 likes and 1 000 comments
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South Africans were treated to a lovely combination of cuteness and slick dance moves when a recent video went viral via Facebook.
The video was shared by the Soweto's Finest group and features two young ladies showcasing their dance moves.
However, the star of the show is an adorable little girl in the middle.
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The cute toddler tries desperately to keep up with the two older dance partners and does an admirable job.
Although her little body doesn't make it easy for her to pull off all the moves, it was evident that she knew the routine and choreography quite well.
The video can be viewed below.
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Briefly.co.za noted the popularity of the video, as it attracted nearly 20 000 likes and more than 900 comments.
Maphoto Mothiba said,
"My morning made, kid is goals, the whole setup is too awesome for words, vibes beyond extraordinary, me is in love."
Basheera Bint Kashief added,
"Lol ssooooooo cute adorable.. Makes me picture my daughter doing that dance.... The little dancer is to cute."
Khanyi Mwasangwale responded,
"The middle is my smile keeper well executed Ladies."
Tsitsi Mavende said,
"Awww too cute. thanks for putting a smile on my face. The baby is just too cute."
Some time ago, Briefly.co.za reported that a little girl was the star of the show in an adorable video that has been trending via social media.
The footage shows the girl dancing to the beat of a Taylor Swift song.
She's encouraged by a friendly bus driver and social media users have been falling in love with the video.
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