One good thing about the novel coronavirus pandemic is that it’s given people more time to work on passion projects and discover new hobbies. For Brittany Revell, a doctor of physical therapy from San Diego, California, it’s helped her uncover a hidden talent.
These days, she makes up one half of an adorable viral dance crew. The other half? Her 61-year-old father Kelly!
When the COVID-19 quarantine began, Brittany and Kelly found themselves spending a lot more time together at home. So, Brittany decided, why not make it fun?
One day, she asked her dad if he wanted to team up for a dance challenge on TikTok. Surprisingly, he was all for it — and had some impressive moves tucked up his sleeve!
Brittany never expected Kelly to dance so well, especially considering he has no professional experience. But all he needs is a few hours of practice and he’s good to go!
“He really picks it up fairly fast!” Brittany told GMA.
Thanks to their shared skill (and infinite cuteness), it didn’t take long for them to achieve online stardom! Since then, they’ve shared multiple videos of themselves busting a move, much to the delight of their thousands of fans.
People can’t decide what they love most about this duo: their awesome dance routines, their sweet relationship, or how obviously supportive Kelly is of his daughter! But the way Kelly sees it, they’re both having a blast!
“To a lot of dads out there that [are] a little apprehensive in not wanting to do it, I say go for it!” he said. “You know you don’t have to be perfect.”
As for Brittany, she added, “We really never know what’s gonna happen tomorrow, so let’s just spend as much time as as we can together, positive time together.”
What a great way for these two to spend some quality time together! They have the most amazing bond, and we just can’t get enough of it.
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