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Viral video shows 2 girls having a dance-off with an airport employee
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Traveler Joe Vaughn shared a video on social media that shows two little girls dancing with a Dallas airport employee while waiting for a flight out to Oklahoma City. - photo by Herb Scribner
Traveler Joe Vaughn shared a video on social media showing two little girls dancing with a Dallas airport employee while waiting for a flight to Oklahoma City, and it has gone viral.

Vaughn said his family was waiting inside for a Southwest Airlines flight when his daughters started dancing with the flight crew, who were mimicking the girls' dances from outside on the tarmac.

"We were on our way back home to Moore, Oklahoma, after spending a week at Disney World. My kids were just being goofy and silly (like they always are) and a Southwest employee noticed them and started to dance and be silly with them. Then, my girls started to copy what he was doing!" Vaughn told the Love What Matters Facebook page.

The video received 266,000 views in a little more than 24 hours.



It's A DANCE OFF!

"We were on our way back home to Moore, Oklahoma after spending a week at Disney World. My kids were just being goofy and silly (like they always are) and a Southwest employee noticed them and started to dance and be silly with them. Then, my girls started to copy what he was doing!"

#LoveWhatMatters

Submitted by Joe Vaughn

Posted by Love What Matters on Monday, December 18, 2017




Fox News, The Kansas City Star and multiple local news outlets reported on the viral video.

We just kind of let them play and be silly, Vaughn, a youth pastor, told The Kansas City Star. One of the tarmac guys down there, I guess he saw them and started interacting with them.

Vaughn said he cant believe the video received so much attention.

It put a smile on my face when I saw it live, and I had no idea it was going to go viral, he told The Kansas City Star. Its definitely a joy just to spread some, maybe, Christmas cheer. With all the stuff going on in the world, you kind of stop and see two little girls laugh and giggle and dance, and its funny.