Adorable 7-Year-Old Transforms Mother’s Day Recital Into a Spontaneous Dance Party


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School recitals are often full of adorable moments. Kids not only get to go onstage for the first time to sing or dance, but they also get very excited about the material they are performing. Just ask a little boy named Zaid Albeiruti. During his school's Mother's Day recital, Zaid was so happy to hear one of his favorite songs, that he simply got carried away and started busting his own moves.

The charming moment was captured on video, which has raked in 4 million likes so far. In the clip, little Zaid sits among a group of classmates, who clap along to the music. Upon realizing it's “Calm Down” by Rema, one of his favorite songs, the boy can't help but groove to the music. At first he swings his arms in the air, and in no time, stands up and does a whole dance.

Zaid's cheerfulness even inspires his classmates to get up and dance, turning what began as a more straight-laced event into a merry party. One of the other kids even looks out into the audience as he claps, inviting them to join in on the fun.

While Zaid's moves look spontaneous, they actually come from having perfected the choreography months before the presentation, by dancing alone in his room. He may only be 7 years old, but if these clips are any proof, he definitely has star power. Who knows? This may be the oldest clip in a future star's highlight reel.

To stay up to date with Zaid, you can follow him on Instagram.

A little boy named Zaid Albeiruti melted hearts by getting carried away with the music and busting his own moves at his school's Mother's Day recital.


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Una publicación compartida por Zaidalbeiruti (@zaidalbeiruti)

h/t: [Upworthy]

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Regina Sienra

Regina Sienra is a Staff Writer at My Modern Met. Based in Mexico City, Mexico, she holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications with specialization in Journalism from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She has 10+ years’ experience in Digital Media, writing for outlets in both English and Spanish. Her love for the creative arts—especially music and film—drives her forward every day.
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