Japanese Grandmas Make Badass Dance Video For Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic
Who says modern funky dancing is only for the young? Three energetic elderly Japanese ladies are proving that age is just a number by wowing everyone in a viral video where they bust their moves in style to Bruno Mars’ hit “24K Magic”.
With groovy steps and synchronized choreography, the dancing grandmas have made the ultimate dance video of the popular catchy tune. The talented squad of seniors, who are all over sixty, are legit masters in their chosen craft and would give any younger dance troupe a run for their money, reports Mothership.
Uploaded by Wow Channel on Youtube, the glorious video features the dancing grandmas initially donning kimonos before changing into some “gangsta” attire. They are shown doing their thing, more than just keeping up with their younger male dancing partners and killing it on the dance floor. The 2-minute clip, which was uploaded back in November, has so far accumulated over 1.3 million views.
While relatively unknown in social media, the grandmas are actually quite well known in Japan and have appeared in different performances over the years.
Tori, the dancing trio’s spunky lead, has been grooving in her dancing shoes for over a decade. A veteran of dance battles, this dancing senior is ready to take on any challenge on the dance floor.
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