Three Kids Walk Out With Huge Paper Hats, Will Have You In Stitches
Do you remember The Oak Ridge Boys’ classic song, “Elvira?" Well, you are in for a treat, we have three tiny (looking) performers dancing along to that very song in this video – and they are wearing gigantic cowboy hats! One of the dancers is Ashlin, and her brother, Walker, is running to be on the associated student body (or the student council) of his middle school.
First, we see Walker coming out in front of the whole student body and presents himself. Then, he adds: “We all know that actions speak louder than words. So I’ve invited a special guest to help me get my point across to you. “
Walker asked her and two of her friends to do this to help him win! Like any good sister, Ashlin said ‘yes!’ As you will soon hear, the crowd went wild when the gigantic hats took the floor! The trio of dancers thrilled the audience with their toe-tapping dance routine!
"Elvira" is a song written by Dallas Frazier which became a famous country and pop hit by The Oak Ridge Boys in 1981, now considered one of their signature songs. Frazier wrote "Elvira" in 1966 and included it as the title track of an album he released that year. The title of the song was inspired not by the name of a woman, but by the name of a street in East Nashville, Tennessee.