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Flash mob takes over Cherokee County Fair

Ever seen a large group of people assemble at a public place for no reason?  
 
What looked like a typical night at the Cherokee County Fair quickly turned into a wild time leaving lots of residents surprised. 

Dancers from ‘Natalie’s Studio of Dance’ and dozens of other people got together and danced to J-Lo’s Hit “On the Floor.” It was done to provide exciting entertainment to residents attending the fair.

“Well I’ve been watching a lot of Youtube videos and kind of found out what a flash dance was thought that would be fun for the community, get to put on a show for everybody and I wanted to do something more for everybody to include the community and kind of get them dancing too.”

Everyone’s pumped about it. You’ve seen it in commercials and Youtube, now its in Columbus. Flash mob dancing is spreading a trend around the world.


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