8-Year-Old Tap Dancing Twins Bring Personality And Talent To Little Big Shots

8-Year-Old Tap Dancing Twins Bring Personality And Talent To Little Big Shots

In this video, 8-year-old tap dancing twins bring personality and talent to Little Big Shots.

Freddie and Teddie are introduced on the show as the tap dancing twins from Los Angeles. Two sweet young boys dressed in fancy blue suits enter the stage. 

As they begin their interview, the hostess asks the boys how to tell them apart. One of them adorably answers that he can whistle, but his brother cannot. The two proceed to give a demonstration. She asks them about their experience visiting the city, and they count how many days they had been there.

There appears to be some sibling rivalry in their comments. They share how they were too young for sports, so their mother found a dance studio because she did not want them playing video games all day. 

As she asks about the boys' passion for dance, one of them shows off a dance move that he made up, which is really impressive. The second brother is invited to show off his tap moves, which are incredible. He gives his brother a thumbs up. The two are clearly competitive with one another. 

At the start of their performance, they wave and turn backward. They both have pizazz and style. These Charming boys dance with joy as they tap down the stairs and jump on boxes. They give a precious show and have fun while doing it. 

Freddie and Teddie dance with unity but also have their own personal flares. The two impress the audience as they jump over one another, doing half splits down the stairs. When they finish, the crowd cheers. 

Watching them use their time wisely to invest in dance reminds us as Christ-followers to use our time to grow and share the love of Jesus. We can easily waste time or ignore opportunities, but with the help of the Holy Spirit, we can shine for Jesus in the ways that we use our time. 

“Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.” Ephesians 5:15-16

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