Talent shows are great for gathering the community together. Often, they're held by schools to showcase the talents and skills of their students. At this local school, these students prove that "Grannies" have the talent, too!
A local community got to watch a new performance during a talent show featuring your average "elderly people" coming together for a feel-good dance!
The show began with a line of "grandmas" and one "grandpa" entering the stage. They all took their time slowly lining up as the crowd grew in anticipation and excitement of what was about to take place.
The first song already had the audience excited. It was the Golden Girls theme song, "Thank You for Being a Friend." The lighthearted song prepped the audience for a sweet performance. But then the real performance began. Black Eyed Peas' "Let's Get It Started" started to play and the audience cheered and whistled!
The first pair of dancers stepped into the spotlight with Flo Rida's "Low." They shook their hips and gave the audience a great performance. Their goody act made the audience burst out laughing. After them came Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)." The audience was loving every second.
Even with canes, the two "grannies" were able to please the crowd and put a smile on people's faces. Next came a pair dancing to Rihanna's "Work." One had a cane and the other had a walker--but both managed to up the ante when they raised their cane and walker to the music.
The audience loved it! They enjoyed the energy that was exhibited and they certainly loved the music they danced to. The last pair stepped into the center and wiggled to V.I.C.'s "Wobble." The crowd's cheer became louder. The grandma in the wheelchair moved her arms and did her best to dance while her more active partner shimmied her shoulders and legs.
There was a lot of good-natured laughter among the audience, and everyone was happy to see them all having fun. The performers exited the stage in high spirits, leaving the audience cheering after them. It was a fun skit that made everyone laugh and smile.
You can bring joy to people at any age and the dancing "grannies" proved that when you've got, you've got it!