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WATCH: Four-year-old boy shows off his amazing Irish dancing skills

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Oscar Donnelly performs his impressive dance routine (Photo: Facebook)

THIS four-year-old boy from Kilkenny looks set for Irish dancing stardom after his most recent performance.

Oscar Donnelly – who has been dancing since he was three – impressed fellow dancers and judges with a self-choreographed routine.

Watch the video below…

Having only started competing last October, Oscar’s impressive performance – called the Kilkenny Races – is a routine that teenagers would usually attempt.

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Oscar’s mum Annie Walters sent the video to Fusion Fighters who shared it on their Facebook page.

“He shocks me, he made the Kilkenny Races up himself, he loves dancing to all music not just Irish music, he’s always had great understanding of music and rhythm which I think makes him as good as what he is,” she told the Belfast Telegraph.

“It’s just impressive that he does all this and he’s still at nursery.”

Oscar has already won four championships, including the All Scotland championship (U6 Champ), and others in London and Dublin.

Watch the video here:

FOUR-YR-OLD Oscar casually smashing Kilkenny Races @110! #FFVi…FOUR-YR-OLD Oscar just casually smashing Kilkenny Races @110! #FFVideoFeature

Video Permission by Annie Walters

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Posted by Fusion Fighters on Thursday, April 14, 2016


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