3 year-old waits turn to dance

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Melting moment! She is so adorable! That awkward moment when you realise that a 3 year old is a better dancer than you!

All kids are cute! But not all of them can be so funny and amazing! Love her show! It made my day!

Kids can do anything and make it look cute, but when they can be cute andreally good at something, that is something truly special. When she just started dancing she was SO good! This adorable three-year-old was at her first feis, a traditional Gaelic arts and culture festival, and was all dressed up and ready to perform in her first Irish step dance competition.

Her hair was perfectly curled and she looked adorable in her traditional Irish dress. The audience was expecting a few halting steps and a little bow at the end, but when the music started and this little girl began to dance, their jaws dropped to the floor.

Not only is this little girl adorable, she is incredibly talented too! It’s clear by the look on her face that she loves to perform, and her love of the dance comes through in her movements, even at this young age.

One commenter on YouTube who goes by the moniker Alfie Bella wrote, “I’m a world champion and when I entered my first competition I wasn’t even that good,well done”. It’s clear this tot has a bright future ahead of her if she wants to keep dancing! Maybe one day we’ll see her perform in a Riverdance revival!

Irish dance or Irish dancing is a group of traditional dance forms originating in Ireland, encompassing dancing both solo and in groups, and dancing for social, competitive and performance purposes. Irish dance in its current form developed from various influences such as French quadrilles and English country dancing throughout the 18th and 19th centuries.

Dance was taught by «travelling dance masters» across Ireland throughout this period, and separate dance forms developed according to regional practice and differing purposes. Irish dance became a significant part of Irish culture, particularly for Irish nationalist movements. From the early 20th century, a number of organisations promoted and codified the various forms of dance, creating competitive structures and standardised styles.