The Milwaukee Bucks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers game last night may have been wild, but so was the on-court dancing. A spunky group of grandparents' dance routine to Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" is going viral.
Sports Illustrated and Bleacher Report, among others, tweeted about the Milwaukee Bucks Grand Dancers during the Cavs game on Tuesday night. The Grand Dancers took the court during the second quarter, sporting Bucks t-shirts and matching green sweats. The dancers whipped and dabbed with a choreographed routine to popular songs. Just watch:
This is amazing 😂👏 pic.twitter.com/EDRpJ9O40Y
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 20, 2017
Our @Bucks Grand Dancers killed it last night! We loved seeing them Hit the Quan and watching them Whip! 😁👍👏 pic.twitter.com/ykZGNaFGKY
— Bucks Dancers (@BucksDancers) November 15, 2015
The Bucks' Grand Dancers are a dance team of people over the age of 55. They practice a couple times a week and perform their spunky routines in front of crowds of 18,000 at the Milwaukee Bucks home games. Anyone above 55 who has an outgoing personality and a desire to stay active is welcome to audition. Check out the team's roster.
The Grand Dancers are just one of the many reasons we love the Bucks!