These 8-year-old talented twin brothers excel at tap dancing and amaze people with their great energy…

The tap dancing twins from Los Angeles who appear on the show as Freddie and Teddie are introduced. The stage is entered by two adorable young boys wearing stylish blue outfits.

The hostess asks the boys how to distinguish them as they start their interview. One of them responds endearingly, “I can whistle, but my brother can’t.” They continue their demonstration. They tally the number of days they had spent there while she inquires about their visit to the city.

Their statements suggest that they have some sibling rivalry. They relate how their mother looked for a dancing studio when they were too young to play sports because she did not want them to spend all day playing computer games.

One of the boys does an outstanding dance move that he dreamed up as she inquires about the boys’ passion for dance. The second brother is asked to demonstrate his exceptional tap dance talents. He nods in agreement with his brother. There is no doubt about the two’s rivalry.

They wave and turn around as they begin their performance. Both of them are stylish and pizazz. These charming lads tap down the stairs and jump on boxes while dancing joyfully. They put on a priceless performance while enjoying themselves.

Despite dancing together, Freddie and Teddie each have their own distinctive styles. As they leap over one another and perform half splits while descending the stairs, the two stun the audience. When they finish, the crowd cheers.

Watch the amazing performance below:

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These 8-year-old talented twin brothers excel at tap dancing and amaze people with their great energy…
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