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Kid in Tiger Costume Dances Her Tail Off During Auburn and Texas A&M Game

Somewhere high up in Jordan-Hare Stadium last night, during halftime, Aubie and Shirley Temple and maybe even the bumblebee in that Blind Melon video (if such a thing were possible) both got served by a little girl in a tiger costume doing the One and Seven Watusi to the 1812 Overture and The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.

She won’t stop dancing. You can’t stop watching.

Auburn has a new hero.

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