- A kid has lit up a wedding ceremony with her dance skill as she showed people that she could compete with anybody on the dance floor
- The girl's dance moves got the attention of adults presents and they could not keep their eyes off what she was doing
- The kid's moves matched the songs the DJ played as she flapped her hands like a butterfly about to take a flight
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A Nigerian kid having fun has wowed many at a wedding ceremony as she made different dance moves that got people's attention on social media.
In the short clip shared by @arewafamilyweddings, the girl showed off what could best be described as a butterfly move as she flapped her hands.
She has energy!
As the DJ switched the music, the kid also demonstrated her gbese (legwork) moves as people at the party cheered her on.
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While many adults at the event praised her, others could not take their eyes off as they wondered where she got her energy.
Watch the clip below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 10,000 views and over 1,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions on Instagram:
"This is me."
"She's so fire!"
A lady seized attention
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady made a very big statement with her dance moves at a wedding ceremony as people cheered her on.
In a video shot by @maxwelljenning and posted on Instagram, the maid of honour and a man in a black suit took to the centre floor as they slugged it out in a dance.
With a face of funny expressions, the lady matched the man's every move, getting commendation from the crowd.
In other news, a young boy joined the #GoCrazyChallenge and he seemed to have won it with his amazing moves. The challenge is based on Chris Brown’s Go Crazy song.
In a short video that is less than one minute, the boy showed off his “legwork” as the song played from a moving car that has its passenger door open.