During the sports game, the little one got up from his seat and started dancing. The attention of the entire audience was on him. Video

It’s possible that when your favorite song plays, you feel an overwhelming need to get up and dance.

Adults are naturally shy and wouldn’t do that in public, preferring the privacy of their own homes.

For children, though, it’s sometimes a very different story, as evidenced by the young boy who,

during an interlude at a concert, joyfully breaks out the movements while a large crowd observes.

When Rascal Flatts performed in Pikeville, Kentucky in 2013, the audience broke out into an unexpected dance party.

Rascal Flatts are technically a country band, although their sound is more akin to pop or even light rock (the band did start in Nashville,

though). They appeal to a youthful audience; according to one poll, they are the sixth most popular band among kids ages 10 to 12.

Rascal Flatts has a loyal fan base and regularly wows concertgoers with elaborate stage productions that feature video projections,

pyrotechnics, lasers, and more. While the musicians took a break in the middle of the show, the sound system played ‘I’m Sexy, And I Know It’ by the electronic dance music duo LMFAO.

Two weeks in early 2012 saw the song atop the Billboard Hot 100. The song’s title and chorus (‘I’m too hot for my shirt’)

are a nod to the British band Right Said Fred’s ‘I’m Too Sexy,’ which pumps out at a pulsating 124 beats per minute.

As you can see in the video embedded below, the young child put on quite a show when he got into the groove.

To give himself more space, he made his way to the aisle, which also made him more visible to the crowd, much to their enjoyment.

Everyone applauded enthusiastically and several even pulled out their phones to record his dance moves.

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