Students Twerk During Louisiana Christmas Parade: Watch Video

Tue, December 10, 2013 1:01pm EDT by 8 Comments

‘Tis the season to show off your best twerking moves! A talented young dance team ditched traditional Sugar Plum Fairy routines for a more pop-culture inspired performance in their Christmas parade in Grand Coteau, Louisiana.

While twerking may not feel like the most conventional dance to perform for the holidays, some Louisiana teens and tweens spruced up their local Christmas parade with some modern flair and danced to Sissy Nobby‘s “Loopy (Crazy Bout My Boyfriend).” You need to see the awesome video, here!

Teens Twerk During Christmas Parade: Louisiana Students Show Off Dance Trend

Dressed in festive Santa hats and matching holiday themed t-shirts, the young ladies kept their dance moves tasteful but really had fun with their routine!

In a video found by Media Takeout, the girls broke into some twerking moves that were so impressive! They coordinated every single beat to the music and showed off some seriously sassy attitude — and it was all in good spirit. We have no doubt that the twerking queen, Miley Cyrus, would be pleased with the girls’ reinvention of the resurfaced trend.

Tweens & Teens Perform Awesome Dances At Local Christmas Parade

In the distance of the video, you can spot some talented young guys following up the girls’ act with an equally impressive –and so coordinated! — dance routine. It’s so cool that this parade showcased some unique choreography and young talent — and the kids watching on the sidelines clearly loved the performances!

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think these dancers’ twerking performance was awesome? Do you think Christmas twerking could be the next dance trend, or are you over it?

– Kristine Hope Kowalski

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