2-year-old steals spotlight on big sister’s cheerleading squad in viral TikTok

his brothers always wanted to do everything that his brother did. This is just a rite of passage. A force of nature, if you will. And this Texas toddler cheerleader is no different—watch this two-year-old steal the show from her brother’s middle school cheerleading squad on TikTok that’s now going viral.

“When you’re 2 but you’ve seen too much cheer practice in the living room,” the little boy’s mother, Michelle Rodriguez, captioned the video, which now has more than 10 million views and 2.4 million likes.

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Her son, Liam, can be seen rocking his set of pom-poms with the big girl, nailing every move like he’s been doing for years.

“Last year, he started stealing his sister’s pom poms,” Rodriguez told TODAY Parents. “We hid the expensive ones at home and I bought Liam a cheap pair. Then, my daughter’s coach gave him an extra pair she had for the team.”

Rodriguez said Liam has three older sisters who all participate in dance and cheerleading, so it is clear that he is being influenced by the experts. Because, as you can see in the video, this isn’t just a cute little two-year-old mimicking her 12-year-old sister’s moves—this is a professional toddler cheerleader in her own right, absolutely killing it. side by side.

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TikTok commentators are here for Liam’s moves too:

“This is it. This is your content now. Give the people what they want”

“I honestly ​​​​​​​​​think this is the funniest thing I have ever seen.”

“Yes yes get him at the top of the pyramid because he needs to be a star.”

“As a youth cheer coach, this is my favorite!!! I love it when my little brother joins in!”

Oh and don’t worry, little Liam has the fight song choreographed too.

Who knows what the future holds for Liam in terms of performance, but for now he has a lot of TikTok fans! Oh, and their mom says they’re working on the next phase of their careers:

“We’re trying to get her a cheerleader uniform.”

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