This 106-Year-Old Knows How To Dance

Better late than never, right? Virginia McLaurin, a 106-year-old resident of Washington, D.C., had an experience that many Americans only dream of: she got to go to the White House and meet the President and First Lady. The visit, which was part of a Black History Month celebration, was caught on video and shows McLaurin’s energy and excitement at the meeting. She even breaks into a happy dance!

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