Dad And His Daughter Dance To Justin Timberlake’s ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’

This dancing daddy/daughter duo is so good that Justin Timberlake shared the video himself.

This dancing duo will make your day.

In this video, we see Josh Rinder and his 6-year old daughter, Audrey, groove and shake their booties to Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” his hit song from the “Trolls” movie.

Their choreography is on point, and can we talk about how adorable their coordinating outfits are? What we’d really like to know is: Josh, where in the world did you get those pants?!

The video has been viewed over 1.4 million times. They’re so cute that Justin Timberlake shared it himself!

Can’t get enough of this adorable dancing daddy/daughter duo?

Josh’s YouTube channel has a handful of cute videos of them doing things like an Oreo cookie challenge, working out and singing along with an acoustic guitar.

Watch the duo in action below:

Now if that video put you in the mood to dance, you’re probably going to want to stick around to watch the rest of these dance-tastic videos:

Piglet Dancing To Rihanna

That’s right. This little pig is really work, work, working it to Rihanna.

Dog Groomer Grooving To The B-52s

The wife of this Argentinian dog groomer caught her husband dancing to the B-52s while washing one of his clients. And we are so glad she did.

Famous Movie Dance Scenes Set To “Uptown Funk”

If you have yet to see this mashup of 100 famous movie dance scenes pieced together to the sounds of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” you are really in for a treat. Check it out.

Dad And Daughter Do The “Whip/Nae Nae”

Before they danced to JT, Josh and Ashley danced to “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” from Silento. It is a fantastic watch. Stay tuned for the video bomb from Ashley’s baby brother.

Farmer Dancing In His Goat Barn

A list of must-watch dancing videos couldn’t be complete without this video of a farmer dancing to Sia’s “Cheap Thrills” as his goats look on in wonder—which is just what we would do if we were these goats!

(Unfortunately, it looks like the farmer had to remove Sia’s song for copyright issues, so just be sure to play her song in the background while you watch.)