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Seasoned pro tapper takes on toddler in epic dance battle

June 1st, 2020

Seeing kids with extraordinary talent is always inspiring. These days everyone with a phone has a camera, making it a lot easier to document and spread those kids who deserve to be seen. Like this young tap dancer, who battles it out with a seasoned professional and gives him a run for his money.

This little boy is beyond talented!

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Young tap-dancer stuns the crowd while dancing beside a seasoned professional tapper

Luke Spring is a professional dancer, who started off as a tap-dancing prodigy at 5-years-old. Now in his late teens, the exceptional dancer has many videos of him performing his craft, but none are quite like the video of him as a young boy dancing beside his mentor, Justin M. Lewis.

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At the beginning of the video, a much younger Spring stands on stage while Lewis walks out to begin their routine. The tiny boy and his teacher slap hands, before beginning a routine that left people in awe.

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Right from the get-go, the pair begins lighting the stage on fire with the complex tapping

The little boy has no problem keeping up with his teacher, while they rapidly tap, spin, and put on an all-out tap-clinic for the mesmerized crowd.

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Some people are just born talented, Spring is definitely one of them. To see him as such a young boy, doing moves that take many tap-dancers years to master is nothing less than amazing.

As they go through the routine their synchronicity is remarkable, mimicking each other with every move they make

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The crowd can’t contain their excitement, letting out massive screams for the duo as they maneuver their way through the performance. A minute into the video, Lewis breaks into a solo while Spring stands by watching him.

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When Lewis finishes his solo, it’s now Spring’s turn and the tiny kid doesn’t disappoint. How his small legs move so fast is simply baffling, he does a sensational solo before passing it back to his teacher.

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The young boy and his mentor go back and forth, putting their tap-dancing skills on full display

Every time you think their routine can’t get any better, the duo picks it up a notch and pulls out some jaw-dropping moves that leave onlookers baffled.

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Toward the end of the performance, the little dancer and his mentor do a spectacular move that makes them look like they might fall over but it’s all part of the show.

For their grand finale, they let out a flurry of tap-dancing clicks that are hard to keep up with

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They don’t skip a beat their entire routine, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats and completely entranced by their insane tap-dancing abilities. The fact that a toddler is doing the routine just makes it all the more impressive to people watching.

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Any time it’s a child with this type of talent, there’s a good chance it will go viral on social media. People from all around the world have watched this performance, with the support of millions pouring out for the young boy.

This video has been viewed over 2.3 million times on YouTube alone, with 34k liking it

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It’s no surprise that Luke Spring has made a career out of his dancing, seeing him dance as a little kid is seriously incredible. To watch the showdown with his teacher for yourself, watch the video below!

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