All the feels! Woman caught on CCTV dancing in the parking lot after getting a job!
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The bubbly, 21-year-old – who was featured on The Ellen Show after going viral with a ‘happy dance’ following a successful job interview – spoke to Jacaranda FM’s Breakfast with Martin Bester this morning.

 

Tennessee, South Africa (21 October 2020) – Maybe the way to get through the hard times in 2020 is by dancing?

For many, the year 2020 has been filled with difficulties and disappointments; so when a video comes around that demonstrates some of the best of 2020’s moments, it evokes a sense of joy and relief!

A young woman recently managed to get a job, and her reaction to getting hired was priceless – and has melted the hearts of millions around the world.

In the viral video, the woman can be seen walking – suddenly stopping – and then dancing out of excitement in the parking lot, unaware of the CCTV cameras outside.

The amazingly bubbly, 21-year-old – who was featured on The Ellen Show after going viral with a ‘happy dance’ following a successful job interview – spoke to Jacaranda FM’s Breakfast with Martin Bester live from Tennessee, USA this morning.

Listen to the full podcast below:


Sources: Jacaranda FM 
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