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6-Year-Old Boy Crashes Sister’s Dance Class, Owns It

Groove is in the heart. When it's time to dance, it's just time.

As the old saying goes, “there are two types of people in the world those who dance and those who do not”. And 6-year-old Lyle Irvine from Glasgow, Scotland certainly showed the world where he stands. The young boy is going viral after he crashed his sister’s all-girl dance class and completely killed it. 

Lyle’s mother had left him with the dance class while his she went out to run a few errands. When she got back, Lyle was front and center doing “The Russell”, a dance popularized by Russell Hornings, otherwise known as the ‘backpack kid’ who danced with Katy Perry During her recent SNL performance. Despite being what his father called a “lad’s lad” and not really showing off his moves before this, Lyle seems to be a natural. Just look at the command he exhibits over the dance and his knack for timing that the other kids just haven’t tapped into yet.

So Kirstyann leaves lyle at Lilly's dance class for an hour so he can watch, she comes back to him taking over the class and doing a solo

Eventually, the girls in the class all stepped aside to give Lyle space for a solo,which he nails by dropping to the floor and starts doing the worm to LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy and I Know It.” According to Lyle’s mother, his sister’s dance instructor was impressed enough with his moves to offer his a spot in their upcoming showcase. Hats off, Lyle. 

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