Audience in awe as children’s Christmas recital turns into surprising shake dance

Nobody in the audience could hold in their laughter once the kids started to shake…

Oh, you’ll enjoy the holidays even more after seeing these tiny stars. Even though you’ve seen some beautiful Christmas shows over the years, these charming little people will quickly become your favorite holiday attraction.

Your body and heart will dance along with the entire performance they put on. We can’t help but ask if the kids themselves or the parents are the real target audience for these concerts because everyone is having so much fun. This movie is great for getting you excited for the holidays and everything they have to offer.

We seem to have everything we need for perfection—the cutest kids, a stage that is immaculately decorated, lovely costumes, and the classic Christmas song.

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The video makes it clear that this act happened some years ago, but social media helped it become widespread once more. Perhaps the children who attended the Saint Elizabeth Child Care Center in Jersey City, New Jersey when they were younger would recognize themselves when they are older and it will bring back happy memories.

They are lined up next to each other and come on stage one at a time. They are rather adorable because they aren’t quite in time. It’s so much fun to watch. These adorable tiny dancers have the cutest beat, as they move back and forth with such gusto. They wave hello to their parents when they see them in the crowd, which is very cute.

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Many of the children can’t help but sing out even though they are only supposed to move to the melody. The background track that strengthens the overall impression is the timeless tune “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.”
Brenda Lee was only ten years old in 1958 when songwriter Johnny Marks composed the famous song for her, despite the fact that her vocals were already regarded as exceptional.
“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “Holly Jolly Christmas” are among his other classics.

The 1990 movie Home Alone, whose protagonist plays the song on the soundtrack of his fictitious Christmas celebration in an attempt to frighten off intruders, may have done the most to solidify the song’s status as a Christmas classic. The song became popular quickly.

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Seeing the beautiful and innocent kids holding hands and then waving their arms up in the air fills our hearts with joy. As they leave the stage, the proud parents praise them  with loud applause. 

Watch the performance in the video below.

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