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Super Sassy 5-Year-Old Sings & Dances Like A Pro To Garth Brooks' 'Friends In Low Places'

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Photo credit: Ryan Bentley YouTube Channel

Plenty of people have cranked up Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" to jam out to the fun-lovin' tune. Admit it, we know you sing along to it at the top of your lungs whenever it plays on the radio!

As big of a fan as you may be of "Friends in Low Places," there's one little gal out there who has you beat. This five-year-old cutie has so much love for Brooks' big hit that her dad knew he had to pull out the camera when she started singing along.

Even though she's small, Emma sure has one big attitude! The sassy way that she sings along to "Friends in Low Places" is too cute to resist. She pours an equal amount of enthusiasm into her dancing and "guitar playing" (which involves strumming on a wooden kitchen spoon). 

How Emma's dad was able to keep himself from laughing is beyond us, because we were cracking up watching her sing and dance! Her custom dance routine is truly out of this world, featuring everything from hair flips to poses on the door, and even crouches down on the floor.

Emma kept pushing through the song full throttle until the last second. We bet she was awfully tired after putting on that showstopper of a performance!

Tune in to the video below to see Emma sing and dance to "Friends in Low Places." It's sure to put a big smile on your face!

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