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If you like cute kids and dance crazes, you're in luck.
Silentó's hit song, "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)," has begun a nationwide movement of sorts, with kids of all ages (including 1-year-old babies) getting in on the action. Luckily for us, their parents have taken to social media platforms to show off the kids' moves — and luckier still, we were already following a few of those parents, who include NFL lineman Devon Still and NBA star Stephen Curry.
But celebs are just the latest to participate in the viral dance. The song has upward of 75 million views on YouTube, and pint-sized tots across the country are making a name for themselves by dancing along — or at least flailing their arms somewhat in time with the beat.
Check out a few of our favorites below.
Riley Curry's already known for her starring role at NBA playoff press conferences. But when she celebrated her 3rd birthday, she didn't need to steal any of the spotlight — it was already on her. Ayesha Curry, her mother, posted a video on Instagram with the caption "This is 3!!!" that featured Riley's adorable dance to Silentó's track. We have a feeling her famous father, Stephen, was beaming with pride (and maybe laughing, too).
Well, Riley Curry did it — so Leah Still had to do it, too. She debuted her "Nae Nae" dance in an Instagram video posted by her dad, NFL lineman Devon Still. In it, Leah, age 5, called for a dance-off before throwing some seriously fabulous moves. Leah's public battle against pediatric cancer makes us all the more happy to celebrate this joyous moment captured on camera.
A pregnant mother and daughter
Just because she's eight months pregnant doesn't mean she's not going to dance. "She kills me, I'm winded ... but this is as good as it gets," the mother, Nikki Taylor, wrote in the caption of a Facebook video featuring her and her daughter, Jaylyn, showing off their awesome "Nae Nae" routine.
A Texas cop
Yup, this is definitely a favorite. A police officer recently learned how to do the "Nae Nae" ... and who better to teach him than a few neighborhood kids? The cop in question, Officer Alan Eddins of the Ennis Police Department, simply saw some children dancing outside and joined in, according to Lt. Mike Hopson, the department's public information officer.
A 49ers player's 1-year-old son
We saved the best for last. Sometimes, you've just got to drop everything you're doing — even if that means throwing your favorite toy to the floor — and dance. At least that's what San Francisco 49ers receiver Torrey Smith's 1-year-old son, T.J., believes. Recently, Smith shared a video of T.J. prioritizing "the Whip" over all else that life has to offer.