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Ellen Invited A 60-Year-Old To Dance On Her Show. Watch When She Turns Around? Unreal!

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Ellen DeGeneres always manages to find the most outrageously, amazingly talented people to perform on her show. On this episode of the Ellen Show, 60-year-old Shirley Clements shows off her talent by performing a routine to Bruno Mars’ ‘Uptown Funk.’

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A video of Shirley dancing with her students went viral and was posted on Ellentube for the whole world to see. The North Surrey Secondary teacher has been teaching dance for over 25 years and was invited to the show to perform the dance.

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There was around 40 kids performing with her in the original performance, but she had to cut it down to twelve students for the live performance. She ended up choosing the most hardworking ones and it was time for them to show off their dance moves.

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Shirley went over to join her students and the group performed an awesome and enthusiastic routine to the hit Bruno song.

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There was around 40 kids performing with her in the original performance, but she had to cut it down to twelve students for the live performance. She ended up choosing the most hardworking ones and it was time for them to show off their dance moves.

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Shirley went over to join her students and the group performed an awesome and enthusiastic routine to the hit Bruno song.

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