- A baby put on a wonderful and somewhat fun performance on One Direction’s song What Makes You Beautiful
- Many people who commented on the video on Instagram tagged their friends on it because they said the kid is so cute
- So passionate about her performance, the girl flipped her hair and also knelt down to spice up the performance
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A little girl seduced many people on Instagram as a video posted by @ adorable_baby showed it vibrant on One Direction’s 2011 track What Makes You Beautiful.
In the short clip, the baby was handling a microphone so much bigger than his palms. During the performance, she even flipped her hair like an adult.
Come on baby!
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The kid got so involved in the song that you’d think she wrote it for the artists at One Direction.
At one point in the act, she knelt down in a passionate way that was meant to convey the song’s message. The kid also gave some rock moves.
Watch the video below:
She’s a future star
At the time of writing, the video has over 7,000 likes with over 50,000 views. Here are some of the reactions:
“Who is she? Cute.”
“@ slaying_since_2001__ guy on vacation.”
“Wow, a future Gwen Stefani.”
“The best I’ve ever seen, great job babe.”
“So cute. She’s a star in the making.”
“Omg she is adorable.”
I am Ibadan and proud
Meanwhile, Legit.ng Earlier reported that a Yoruba child made many people proud online as she deployed her “baby tongue” to sing about her culture in a clip shared by Yoruba monarch, Olajuwon Adelokun.
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Dressed in traditional attire with a dignified head covering, the girl sang her birth in Ibadan, calling on God to continue to protect the earth.
As she sang in a pretty, almost indistinguishable voice, she gently rocked her body to the beat of the song. It would have been nicer if talking drums accompanied his performance.
Source: Legit.ng News