Watch This Dad Go All out in a ‘Single Ladies’ Dance With His Daughters
If you like it, put a ring on it.
As a parent, there’s probably not much you wouldn’t do for your kids. You make them food, you drive them everywhere, and you’re always there when you need them. But would you be willing to dress in a black leotard and reenact Beyoncé’s ‘Single Ladies’ video? Because that’s what one badass dad did in a hilarious video that is currently dominating the internet.
In the video, Steve Haddad and his two daughters are all dressed up in Bey’s iconic black leotard and doing their best imitation of the music video. How did this happen? Every year, the Haddad family has a lip syncing contest and this year, the two daughters begged their dad to do ‘Single Ladies’ with them for the competition. Steve resisted at first but eventually agreed to his daughters’ request and somehow managed to squeeze into his costume. And he came to play.
You asked you received……Haddad Lip Sync contest. Stay back girls he’s all mine!!! #BESTDAD #Beyonce #allthesingleladies #christmaslipsync
Posted by Tina Spadaro Haddad on Monday, December 25, 2017
The best part of the video is seeing the amount of effort Steve clearly puts into his good dance moves. He starts the dance with some of the hesitation but after a bit, he can’t resist the power of Beyoncé and begins really getting into the song. Eventually, he’s giving it his all. Fortunately, his wife Tina shared that the father-daughter trio did indeed end up winning first prize.
The video was first uploaded to Facebook about a week ago, likely a part of a family Christmas celebration, and has gone viral thanks to Steve’s sweet moves. It already has more than 17 million views and has been shared more than 200,000 times. Tina says that she never expected it to be such a hit when she posted it on Facebook, explaining to Scary Mommy, “I’ve NEVER posted videos or photos of my kids public. I only did it so the family could share it with their friends. [I’m] overwhelmed. I’ve received so many positive messages from people who have had hard knocks and said thank you for the two minutes of laughter.”