She did not see this coming in a million years. While enjoying live music, a grown woman was stopped during the concert by a year-old boy. She was flattered by the gesture and obliged the teenager, clearly out of politeness. Little did she know that the teen had the finesse and skill of a professional dancer. When the young man took her by the hand, he simultaneously took the lead. We have to commend her on being able to keep up with the fellow who has clearly had lots of practice. Although the old saying goes, a great lead dancer will make anyone look good.
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Oh my. This season has become less of a commentary on girls, these or otherwise, and more of a ritualistic humiliation that has zapped one character off of the map completely please come back, Jessa, please! Or something.