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This Lady Has Enough Christmas Spirit For All Of Us Combined

Every time the Christmas season rolls around and I hear bells, I get a little nostalgic.

I belonged to a handbell choir when I was in high school, and I always looked forward to playing Christmas songs during our holiday concerts. It’s been many years since I’ve made music with bells, but now I’m wishing I had this lady’s awesome outfit so I could jam out whenever the mood strikes.

Julie Sewell must love the winter holiday, because she spent hours putting together a bodysuit with 12 bells on it. Her outfit may seem a little strange at first, but it becomes seriously impressive once she starts playing “Carol of the Bells.”

Talk about coordination!

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Say what you will about her suit, but you can’t deny that Sewell completely nailed that performance. You go, girl!

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This Guy’s Dance Moves Are Mesmerizing To Watch — He’s Amazing!

Most dancers choreograph dance moves to accompany their favorite songs, but this talented dancer takes things to a whole new level.

Performing in an empty hallway, this guy truly brings music to life. Each of his dance moves effortlessly represents the music in a manner I’ve never seen before. The way he glides across the cement floor so smoothly is something that many dancers can only dream of doing.

I’ve watched this video at least ten times now, and I still can’t get over how mesmerizing this guy’s dance moves are.

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If you’re in awe, too, make sure to share this with your friends. A dancer like this doesn’t come around every day!

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/becoming-the-music/


This Teenager Has Recreated Your Favorite Film Moments With Legos. YEP.

For a 15 year-old, Morgan Spence is well on his way to an impressive career in animation.

In a collaboration with Lego author Warren Elsmore, the English lad has recreated some of film history’s most iconic moments in a short animated video. Elsmore created the mini-figurines for his book Brick Flicks. He then reached out to the youngster for some help with promotional content.

After three weeks of meticulous work, they were finished with the video that paid homage to these classic films.

The Sound of Music

Wayne’s World

The Wizard of Oz

Pulp Fiction

Dirty Dancing

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Singing In the Rain

Morgan setting up his shot.

(H/T: Daily Mail.)

Hopefully this didn’t interfere with any of Morgan’s homework. You can find more cute flicks from him over on his website and more Lego creations by Elsmore on his website as well.

Read more: http://viralnova.com/movie-legos/