Elderly Couple Shows Off Impressive Dance Moves In Mall Food Court

An elderly couple was having a fantastic time together while they showed off their fancy footwork in a shopping mall’s food court.

Dance is an art form that often requires years of blood, sweat and tears to perfect. But even for those who aren’t aspiring to be professional dancers, moving and grooving to music can still be an excellent form of exercise and a terrific way to stay active. It’s also a great way to express joy and happiness. 

As one video posted on TikTok shows, dancing is also a great way to bond and spend quality time with a spouse. In the video, which is just under a minute long, Nick and Emma, who have been together for more than 50 years, strut their stuff, according to Sunny Skyz.

The couple dance in perfect synchronization, never missing a step, as Paul Russell’s “Lil Boo Thang” plays. The couple who are the only people on the dance floor have some serious skills!

The darling couple even changes things up and throws in a few small jumps and hops in their routine. 

They both dance as if no one is watching! 

In addition to being blessed with some suave moves, the couple appears to be having the time of their lives. Both have massive smiles on their faces. 

Instead of joining the happy couple on the dance floor, a handful of people sit and take in the cute sight. 

However, near the end of the video, one man musters up enough courage and joins the man and the woman. He also has some skills on the dance floor. He’s able to keep up with them, but he keeps his eyes glued on Nick so he knows what to do and how to move next. 

The next time the music hits you, get up and dance, you may surprise yourself with your moves!

Psalm 30:11 “You have turned for me my mourning into dancing: you have put off my sackcloth, and girded me with gladness.”

Source: TikTok

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