A woman in a dress has become a social media sensation after dancing to her own tune while dressed as a cat in a dance-in the-dark costume.
The video has since gone viral, with users sharing the original clip with the hashtag #danceinthedark.
The video has garnered over 2.3 million views on YouTube.
The YouTube video shows the woman dressed as her cat, but in a more serious way.
In a twist, the woman is also dressed as Santa Claus, the man who appears to be playing the role of Santa Claus during the video.
While the video has been shared by many people, including many who are in the know about the dangers of dancing to a tune, it has not been widely shared by the general public.
But it’s getting more and more popular, with more than 3.7 million views.
“I don’t want to say it’s dangerous, but it is a little bit dangerous, and it’s kind of hard to tell if you’re doing it intentionally,” said Rachel, a dancer who decided to post the video to her YouTube channel.
“It’s definitely a little more dangerous than a lot of people think it is, but that’s why we have YouTube.
It’s a platform to share videos that are really crazy,” she added.
She also explained that it’s not uncommon for people to dance to their own tune.
“Dance is just a social dance, it’s like a kind of bonding exercise, and when it comes to social media, people are really trying to get the social media people to do that,” Rachel said.
The Santa Claus video was first posted in January and has since garnered over 5.6 million views, and over 6.8 million people have commented on the video, with many saying they are not aware of the dangers.
“There are some things that people can do to help prevent a dancing cat from getting hurt, but there are other things that you can do that help keep the cat safe,” Rachel added.
“When I first saw that video, I thought, this is kind of crazy, but this is the kind of thing that makes a lot more sense than, oh my gosh, we should ban this because this cat has become so popular,” said Jessica, a student who also posted the video on her channel.