Two-Year-Old Disney World Visitor Wows Crowds with Mary Poppins Dance
Marceline Raider is already a Disney super fan!
There's only one word for two-year-old Marceline Raider's dance moves: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
The Mary Poppins fan from Pennsylvania was recently in Walt Disney World with her family, where she got the chance to dance with Bert from the movie she loves so much. Marceline's mom Amanda told Good Morning America that she shared video of the youngster's impromptu act with a Disney group on Facebook, where it quickly garnered 50,000 likes.
The video, which has since gone viral outside the confines of the Facebook group, shows an enthusiastic Marceline kicking her legs up alongside Bert, the beloved chimney sweep originally played by Dick Van Dyke in the 1964 Disney film. At one point she even falls on her bum but gets right back up and keeps dancing while strangers applaud. She even nails Van Dyke's signature penguin dance!
At a time when so many classic children's films have been forsaken for newer ones, Marceline remains devoted to an original.
"She watches [Mary Poppins] nonstop," Amanda told GMA. "She's very outgoing. She loves learning how to dance and how to sing. She's very happy when she's at Disney."
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When Marceline, who is named after Walt Disney's hometown of Marceline, Missouri, saw Bert greeting park visitors, Amanda said she "ran" straight towards him.