Dancing 101-Year-Old Woman Proves She's Still Got the Moves

Minerva Boran proves age is just a number.

A 101-year-old woman is wowing the internet with her energetic dance moves.

Minerva Boran proves age is just a number as she grooves to Elvis Presley's "Blue Suede Shoes" in a video that has going viral.

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Boran broke out the moves — including twirls, jazz hands and a lot of hip shaking — while at the White Birches Retirement Home in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada, on January 11.

One of her biggest fans, residential care assistant Jean Robinson, filmed the impressive routine.

"I always enjoy seeing Minerva dance," Robinson told Caters News, which shared the video. “It is one of the reasons I love this job. She always brings a smile to everybody’s face, not just my own.

"It makes me feel good that, despite being 101-years-old, she can still do what she has always loved.”

Boran, who's been living at the retirement home since she was 95, entertains her fellow residents with her dancing at least twice a week.

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"Since I’ve known her she has always been very cheerful, energetic and always has a grin for people," Robinson said.

Boran, a former school principal who never married and has no children, also impresses the younger members of her family.

“All her nephews know her as their ‘senior teenager’ as she is the social butterfly of her family," Robinson said. "I’m just really pleased Minerva feels comfortable enough to continue acting so young as she approaches 102."

Boran turns 102 in April.

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