- A video of a lovely baby girl dancing in a shopping mall has surfaced online
- The little girl was captured in choreographic moves like a professional
- YEN.com.gh first sighted the video when it was shared into a popular Facebook group
An adorable little girl has gone viral after she was captured in a video dancing her heart out in choreographic moves while onlookers cheered her on with resounding approval.
Social media user, Lucas Donatus Jefferson, shared a video of the charming little girl in syncopated moves to a jam while in a shopping centre, possibly with a parent.
While the little girl’s name was not disclosed, she has become a little star after her video gained traction online.
The little princess starts off with moves that would have one think that she was having one of those toddler’s moment playing around.
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However, minutes into the video, she gathers momentum, accelerating her motion and dancing prowess, then finally ends with synchronized moves while dancing on her knees.
Unsurprisingly, she has won hearts after owning the ‘dance floor’ and for her age, she delivered like a true professional.
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