Super Dad Goes Viral After He Goes Up On Stage And Becomes A Ballerina To Help His Daughter Overcome Her Stage Fright

Posted by Sama in Feel Good On 16th June 2018

#5 Daniels Was Succesful In Making His Daughter Beat Her Stage Fright

Making an effort on building up his daughter's confidence Daniels held Isabelle's hand tightly on stage and asked her if she wanted to dance, seeing her daddy with her Isabelle was ready to fight her stage fright. "I walked on holding Suri and stood next to her, trying to help build her confidence – I told her I loved her and that she’s an amazing dancer. I asked if she wanted to dance with daddy and she nodded, so I thought I’d join in."


#6 According To The Super Dad He Has Performed With His Daughters Multiple Times At Home, So He Knew The Steps Well

For Daniels this is not something new for him as he is often dancing and practising with his daughters at home, he said, "I’ve practised with them at home on many occasions so it wasn’t unfamiliar to me,” he said. “At home, she’s always dancing, but on Tuesday that energy was clearly lacking – she simply wasn’t having any of it."

#7 Daniels Has Become Famous Among His Colleagues And Friends For His Toe-Pointing Dancing Moves

Daniels has not only gained popularity for being a super dad but has also given a good laugh to people with his moves. Talking about it, the dad said, "Jurors, police officers and members of the prosecution have even been giving me twirls and plies as a token of appreciation for the video. Even in court the other day, one of the magistrates made a comment about my moves that prompted the court to erupt in laughter."

Speaking about the fame and recognition that Daniels received from his viral video, he jokingly told media that he never thought that he would be doing ballerina dancing in his life, he joked, "Before having the girls I don’t think I’d ever attempted any ballet moves before, but now everyone in Bermuda knows me for my toe-pointing – maybe it’s never too late to become a ballerina."

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