This Dad Learned Beyonce Choreography for His Daughters & It's Everything


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Parents will do some pretty "out there" things to make our kids happy. We'll make meals for their imaginary friends, we'll pretend to be unicorns -- hell, those little smiles could make us do just about anything. This is completely evident by one father's mission to learn some iconic Beyonce choreography to make his wife and daughters happy.  

  • Steve Haddad and his family have a lip syncing competition every year.

    Steve and his wife's two daughters were eager to win this year. "The girls were trying to come up with a brilliant idea to beat the competition which in this family it's tough," Tina Spadaro Haddad told Scary Mommy. "I threw out the Beyonce 'Single Ladies' video. The girls BEGGED him and because he loves to make us laugh, through much nagging on our part he agreed."

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    After a bit of practice, the father and his girls took the stage to show off their own rendition of "Single Ladies" with all three of them clad in black leotards and tights. 

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  • The video footage is probably one of the best things we've ever seen.


  • While the girls are adorable in their own right, Mr. Haddad totally steals the show.

    The father shows a surprising amount of grace and dignity in his dance moves. 

  • There may have been some mistakes here and there but they were overshadowed by the sheer awesomeness of it all.

    Haddad nailed all of the iconic dance moves, from the Single Ladies shuffle to proudly showing off his ring finger. The dad showed just how dedicated he was with every adorable twist of the hips.

  • The mom later shared that the enthusiastic trio won the family's lip syncing contest by a landslide.

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    They also seem to have won the Internet's love as well. In only a little over a week, the video has been viewed over 17 million times, and with 200,000 shares and counting, pretty much everyone agrees that Steve Haddad won #BESTDAD of 2017.

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