4-Yr-Old Wins ‘JuJu On The Beat’ Dance Contest, Has Ellen In Stitches With Big Personality.

There are plenty of things that just go well together. You have peanut butter and jelly, mustard and ketchup, and then of course there are adorable kid dancers that make their way on The Ellen Show, from time to time. This time around, an adorable 4-year-old named Tavaris showed off his best “Juju on That Beat” dance during his visit.


You may remember the Running Man challenge and the Whip/Nae Nae phenomenon that swept socail media, but in this episode of The Ellen Show, DeGeneres introduced the latest viral dance craze called the TZ Anthem Challenge. She then introduces little Tavaris as the winner of this latest challenge, who was the youngest dancer out of thousands of submissions.

Tavaris said he has been dancing for 10 hours and he knows a lot of people have been watching him. But when Ellen asked if he knew how many people had watched his video, the little guy started counting from one… and may have made it all the way to the astonishing 8 million, if Ellen hadn’t stopped him short.

DeGeneres asked Tavaris’s mother how the little guy put on his dancing shoes in the first place. His mom told Ellen that Tavaris learned to dance by watching YouTube.

When he grows up, the little one says he wants to be a superstar. We have to tell you Tavaris, we think you’re already there.

Check out the adorable performance in the video below!

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