Graceful Ballerina Dog Dances Like A Human, Gives Us Enchanting Routine On Red Carpet.

Red carpets are meant for celebrities, walk-throughs or, in general, where things so amazing happen that crowds can’t help but gather.

So, ballerina Sandra Roth and her dog Lizzy are definitely worthy to be on that rosy stretch. Their performance is unlike any other – taking synchronized dancing to the next level.

Right after the two line up and the music starts, it’s immediately clear something special is about to happen. And it’s confirmed as they start gliding in complete unison… forwards and backwards.

But that’s just the beginning. Let’s not forget the leg lifts, jump throughs, pliés and pirouettes. And most of the time, the pup is turned the complete opposite way of her partner! “Why is that so significant?,” you might ask. Because that means the pup has truly memorized every part of the choreography on her own. 

It makes you wonder if it came down to it, could the canine perform the dance completely on her own? That would be incredible, but we have to say, seeing the duo together really can’t be beat. With skill, beauty and an undeniably unique ‘style,’ these two dancers (because they both are legitimate dancers) show a stunning amount of talent… and it’s beyond entertaining.

Watch below to experience an art form like you’ve never seen before – as the video’s 6.4 million viewers before you have!

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