Twin Girls And Their Siblings Dance To Dad’s Music In Sheer Delight

What happens to the puppies, babies, and familiar faces of internet memes? After they go viral, where do they go? While some families post updates about their peanut butter-covered babies, others prefer to remain anonymous. Their moment of fame has been postponed until some future Throwback Thursday, so they return to their lives with little more than a funny story to share with their grandkids. They recede back to normal life after the flood of comments and tip jar payments has dried up. When someone in the present sees them in the grocery line or gas station and asks, “hey, weren’t you that kid?”?” 

In 2012, two twin girls captivated the internet with their seemingly knowing look before bursting into a dance routine while their father played guitar. Their father had composed a song just for them called “My Paradise” for them while they sat in their high chairs. 

Perhaps what made the short clip unique was how it illustrated the twins’ special bond. When the music starts, they look at each other as if to say, “Are you thinking what I’m thinking?”

When their father uploaded the video to his YouTube channel, the twins were eleven months old. Brovadere wrote, “My identical girls get excited when I play my guitar!” He was an independent artist who enjoyed writing, producing, and mixing music. Perhaps the musician planned to upload more original content. After 28 million views, Brovadere’s page was quickly eclipsed by his twin’s stage presence. 

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During that year, Brovadere uploaded videos of his twins dancing and participating in Internet trends, such as the Harlem Shake. These clips often showed the girls dancing together, accompanied by their father’s music. In one video taken at nineteen months, the twins appear in matching outfits, matching hairstyles, and- of course- a shared love of music. According to Brovadere, “It is simply amazing how they create their own dance moves!”

According to a McMaster University study, babies who are exposed to music are more likely to smile. It is easier to soothe these musical babies when they cry than babies who aren’t exposed to music. Additionally, babies who are exposed to more music are more likely to explore the world. 

“Twins still dancing two years later,” Brovadere posted in August 2014, showing the girls sitting in booster seats, wiggling and waving along to their daddy’s music. Two years later, our twin girls are dancing to daddy’s guitar!” Brovadere wrote. Brovadere updated the internet again in February 2017, introducing a new performer.

 It was actually his third daughter dancing to Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” during her 2017 Superbowl Halftime show, released as a YouTube Short. It just goes to show that smooth dance moves (and maybe musical talent) run in the family. 

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