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Little Girls Steal Hearts At Recital When They Forget Their Moves

December 9th, 2020

Nothing else ushers in the holiday spirit quite like Christmas songs. People are out and about on their merry business when out of nowhere they hear a familiar carol and suddenly, smiles break out on faces and the world is just that much better.

There are so many songs to choose from and we’ve all got our favorites. Some, however, seem to stand out more than others whether it’s a favorite or not. Just like Brenda Lee’s, “Rockin’ around the Christmas tree.”

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Are you singing it in your head already?

Just like the lyrics,

“You will get a sentimental feeling when you hear
Voices singing, let’s be jolly
Deck the halls with boughs of holly”

Kids and Christmas songs go together like whipped cream on cake. It’s way better!

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Schools get kids to perform during the holidays which means moms and dads get to see their little ones sing or dance on stage, adding more smiles and laughs to the hustle and bustle of the holidays.

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These little girls got to dance to Brenda Lee’s classic hit!

The little women are led on stage by their teacher. Dressed in little Santa outfits, these darlings look so adorable! The routine hasn’t even started yet but you already know it’s going to be super cute!

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Places everyone! Places!

Some of the girls even wave hello to their parents in the audience!

The catchy beat begins and the auditorium is filled with the bluesy rock feel of the song. The tiny girls stat dancing, doing an alternating sequence with their short legs and arms. Throw choreography out the window!

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Who cares though? It’s the best thing ever! Parents and guests start chuckling but the girls don’t care. It’s their jam and the night is theirs!

Now some have got the rhythm down but others were already lost in their counting. It’s still the same steps though just done to their own timing.

Isabel Conti commented,

“Awwwwwwwwww adorably CUTE”

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They really are enjoying those bright lights! Dance away, kiddos!

Some of the girls spin and wiggle, others just laugh around having a merry time to the song, and really, those adults could learn a thing or two from these little girls. It’s Christmas!

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Now comes the part where they have to form a line… Nope. Well, two girls do but the others just look at them with faces that go, huh?

Well here comes their teacher, and you can see her calling to the other girls as she holds on to the little one in front of the line. She leads them around like a train before coming back to the center.

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The girls look so confused!

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Once centered, they jump around to face their audience, launching into the leg and arm routine again. Others go right then left, the rest went left then right. It goes with the song’s lyrics!

“Rockin’ around the Christmas tree
Have a happy holiday
Everyone dancin’ merrily
In the new old-fashioned way”

Right? Right?!

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The girls hop and bop away and to be fair, they do the same moves, just not at the same time. And when the song comes to an end, the little ladies smile and wave at their parents and adoring fans. They are led off the stage but one girl loves the spotlight too much!

You’re getting a little extra from Santa this year!

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Watch these girls rock around in the video below!

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Source: YouTube, Tennessean

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