Freddie and Teddie are making strides in the industry. The 7-year-old twins were recently featured on NBC’s ‘Little Big Shots’ where they tapped their way into the spotlight.
Steve Harvey, the show’s host, gave the young men encouraging gestures as he watched from the sidelines. The highlight of Freddie and Teddie’s performance was when the two made their way down the staircase onstage. Instead of walking down the stairs like other performers, the twins jumped over one another while descending the steps. Talk about amazing!
Freddie and Teddie’s mom discovered their talent for tap when the kids were 4-years-old. She signed the youngsters up for their first dance class and noticed their skill was more advanced than the other kids in class. The instructor took note as well and helped the boys further perfect their craft. Freddie and Teddie began training in classical ballet, hip hop, jazz and technique their second year of dance class.
The 7-year-old twins have since progressed to performing onstage in front of thousands of adoring fans. Freddie and Teddie received a standing ovation at the 2015 Spring Dance recital at their school. The boys cleverly recreated the Nicholas Brothers’ from Stormy Weather (1943). Last year brought additional success as Freddie and Teddie were the opening act for the All Star Tap Concert at the LA Tap Festival in August.
See the boys’ performance on ‘Little Big Shots’ below!