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At 102-Years-Old, She Is Seeing Footage Of Her Dancing For The First Time (Video)

When you’ve lived to the ripe old age of 102, there’s a pretty good chance that some memories of your younger days have grown a bit foggy. For this former chorus line dancer, she got a chance to relive some of her glory days - and the footage of her at her best is going viral to boot.

Alice Barker is the former dancer in question, and she recently received a very pleasant surprise. Some workers at the center that she stays in thought it would be fun to see if they could track down some old footage, and they ended up hitting the jackpot. They’ve uploaded the video to YouTube and it’s become a pretty big hit. They shared their findings with Alice, and she was absolutely tickled to see it one more time.

"It's just fabulous, fabulous to see these and remember all these things. I used to often say to myself, I am being paid to do something that I enjoy doing, and I would do it for free because it just felt so good doing it because that music you know? I get carried away in it," she says.

Source: ABC News
Photo: David Shuff via YouTube

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