6-Year-Old Shoks Talented Judges With His Dance Moves

At the talent show in Spain, a six-year-old boy took the stage. For the judges, the appearance of such a small participant was very unexpected.

The boy’s name was Mario Prieto. He seemed very shy, but when the boy began to dance, all the judges froze. First, Mario danced flamengo.

Got Talent 5: Mario Prieto, de 6 años, alucina al jurado fusionando el  flamenco con el reggaeton

Quite a difficult dance. Flamengo is one of the most beautiful Spanish dances. It is very passionate and sensual.

And also difficult to perform, due to which it captivates the eye of the public. Flamengo is not just a dance, but a whole musical genre.

Flamengo is an integral part of the country’s culture. It is a folk dance. As planned, flamenco was supposed to be performed by only one person.

However, over time, the genre has been improved. And now they dance it in pairs. During the performance of flamenco, gesticulation is always used.

With it, the dancer can show the feelings and emotions that this genre implies. Flamenco will allow the child to get rid of the shackles.

Boys will become more confident. Girls will learn to show their femininity, steadfastness. The judges were amazed with how the little boy danced flamengo.

The choice of dance was not accidental. The parents wanted to show exactly the national dance. Then little Mario danced hip-hop.

6-Years-Old Kid SHOCKS The Judges With His Dance Moves | Auditions 2 |  Spain's Got Talent Season 5 - YouTube

No one expected such a rhythm from a child. Hall applauded standing.

However, unexpectedly, one of the judges gave Mario a negative mark, which made the boy cry.

According to his parents, he is a very emotional and sensitive boy. However, when all the other members of the jury gave positive marks

and the child went to the next round, the judge explained his mark. According to him, the boy is still very small to dance such complex adult dances,

where a special understanding of the dance is required. However, this did not prevent the young participant from going further and preparing for the next competition.