His Hilarious Dance Routine Starts with Fred Astaire, Ends with Family Howling

Always dance like, no one is watching. We all have heard someone say this. Hence, when we start rocking moves in the living room, we go all in. Don’t we live by the above statement? Maybe a little close to our heavenly talent Ryan.

What looks like his living room has been completely turned into a close resemblance to the stage. Once you see him showcase the moves, you will advocate for a bigger platform for the boy. Initially, he walks, dressed impeccably in a bow tie and white sneakers to jump-start his moves.

“I Won’t Dance” by Fred Astaire blasts on the speaker. It’s a popular song written in 1934 with music by Jerome Kern and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Otto Harbach for the film Roberta.

From the very beginning of his routine, he will keep you hooked and wanting more. With small moves from the side-to-side to lip-sync, which goes on to a moonwalk. The kid put on quite a show. His passion for dance flashes across his face and body language.

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