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He has the movements! Father Ricardo Rivera works as a priest at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

That's the spirit! Talented PRIEST participates in the return home of a high school dance course – and baffles students with his impressive movements

  • Father Ricardo Rivera works as a priest at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • The priest was noticed online after he attended the homecoming meeting
  • A video showed the dance team and cheerleaders performing a routine
  • Father Ricardo then entered the basketball routine and joined the dance
  • He was excited by the audience who loved his dance skills
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A dance performance in high school has become viral after the priest from the school took part in the routine halfway through.

During the preparatory meeting for returning home, Father Ricardo Rivera joined the school's dance team and cheerleaders in a routine at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The priest, who works at the school, was greeted with a loud applause when he and his students participated in the routine.

He has the movements! Father Ricardo Rivera works as a priest at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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He has the movements! Father Ricardo Rivera works as a priest at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fun: the priest was noticed online after he attended the homecoming meeting

Fun: the priest was noticed online after he attended the homecoming meeting

Fun: the priest was noticed online after he attended the homecoming meeting

Fun: the priest was noticed online after he attended the homecoming meeting

Fun: the priest was noticed online after he attended the homecoming meeting

The video started with the dance team and cheerleaders were all lined up about the basketball court at the school.

They began their routine before Father Ricardo, dressed in a black priest's robe with his collar, walks towards the group, his arms outstretched.

He then jumped to the crowd and entered the fun routine by hitting all the arm movements and quick steps along with the rest of the dance team.

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A stir of the crowd he once heard, Father Ricardo was able to nail the various dance movements for his students.

& # 39; Nothing like a #Gibbons pep rally! #DancingPriest, & # 39; wrote high school on her Twitter page when sharing the priest's video.

Nickname Father Ricardo as the & # 39; dancing priest & # 39; could linger in view of the movements he showed on the basketball court.

Big grin: a video showed the dance team and cheerleaders a routine. Father Ricardo (photo) then went to the basketball routine and joined the dance

Big grin: a video showed the dance team and cheerleaders a routine. Father Ricardo (photo) then went to the basketball routine and joined the dance

Big grin: a video showed the dance team and cheerleaders a routine. Father Ricardo (photo) then went to the basketball routine and joined the dance

Unbelievable: father Ricardo was cheered by the crowd as he entered the field
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Unbelievable: father Ricardo was cheered by the crowd as he entered the field

Unbelievable: father Ricardo was cheered by the crowd as he entered the field

Impressive students: he was able to keep up with the dance team while performing their routine during the homecoming meeting

Impressive students: he was able to keep up with the dance team while performing their routine during the homecoming meeting

Impressive students: he was able to keep up with the dance team while performing their routine during the homecoming meeting

It remains unclear whether the priest has previously participated in dance routines or whether this was his first time showing his movements.

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After the video was first shared on October 26, it quickly got a boost on Twitter with people who commented on the priest's dance skills.

Journalist David Begnaud shared the video on his own Twitter page and noted that most priests he knew could not show off the same movements.

& # 39; The priests at my high school did not move that way, & he said.

Another person said: & # 39; Can you imagine how much better the Catholic school would have been. & # 39;

Father Ricardo may have started a new high school tradition by dancing with the dance team and cheerleaders before returning home after demonstrating his dance skills on the basketball court.

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