Little Boy Steals the Show & I saw it live!

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So on  Feb 23, 2013 I went to a Rascal Flatts concert and in between sets this little boy started dancing and well ge got a lot of attention and well see for yourself it made it to Yahoo and Insider Edition! He actually lives close to me lol. Go Keaton!

Little Boy’s Offstage Performance Steals the Show at Rascal Flatts Concert

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When you go to a concert, you’re obviously there to see and experience the entertainment of the professionals on stage. Sometimes though, the action offstage can be an experience all in itself. That was the case at a recent Rascal Flatts concert in Pikeville, Kentucky.

little boy stole the show when he started dancing in the aisle during an intermission. He drew so much attention that one of the venue staff members decided to point the spotlight at him. The boy, whose name is not known at this time, does a near three-minute dance routine. At the end, the crowd applauds his impromptu performance.

The applause keeps coming on YouTube, where the little guy is quickly becoming an online star. One commenter wrote, “go viral, little man, and don’t look back.” Another person thinks the video could be great entertainment in the future, writing, “a smart momma would save this to play at a graduation party. Too cute.”

The young kid’s video has received close to 60,000 views in only a couple of days, as people still find themselves entertained by his dance moves and enthusiasm to perform in front of thousands of strangers.

 

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/trending-now/little-boy-offstage-performance-steals-show-rascal-flatts-185825400.html

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