Adorable tiny Jonas Brothers fan busts a move when their song starts playing on the radio

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If you need some kind of dance therapy, then this summer bop by the Jonas Brothers called “Sucker” might just be the perfect tune to groove with – and this baby clearly agrees!

While sitting on someone’s lap with a french fry in hand, this baby started grooving and shimmying when the band’s hit song began to play. This sweet little girl’s name is Ella, and for a one-year-old, she’s got impressive moves!

Jennifer Burnett-Dooley, Ella’s mother, shared the adorable clip on Facebook and as of writing, it has already garnered 26 million views!

She captioned it: “Nothin like a McDonald’s french fry and the Jo Bros on the radio”

People who have seen the video couldn’t get enough of the tiny dancer.

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“This kid’s gonna grow to be a fabulous dancer. Got the swag at a very young age. Adorable,” one user commented.

“So adorable. Would love to just squeeze that little doll,” another one wrote.

This dance therapy video had everyone smiling from ear-to-ear! Seeing Ella’s uninhibited dancing, pure enthusiasm, and cute shoulder shakes is enough to make anyone’s day a lot better.

The Jonas Brothers is an American pop rock bank consisting of three brothers: Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas. Formed in 2005, the group skyrocketed to fame from their appearances on the Disney Channel television network.

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The group broke up in October 2013 and six years after, the brothers reunited and came back with a bang with the release of their new single “Sucker” in March 2019. The song proved to be a big hit, as it became the 34th song in history to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. It also became the band’s first number one single on the chart.

It’s no wonder why baby Ella likes to groove to this song so much!

Watch the video below and be ready to get some major good vibes.

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