Arizona High School Students Perform Spellbinding 'Harry Potter' Dance Routine
It’s not the first time the students of Walden Grove High School have gone viral with one of their incredible routines.
A group of Arizona high school students enchanted homecoming audiences with a magical "Harry Potter" dance routine.
During the six-and-a-half minute performance, the dance team at Walden Grove High School in Sahuarita told the young wizard's story, from his acceptance into Hogwarts and Gryffindor to a spooky showdown with Voldemort.
A video of the spellbinding routine has been viewed more than four million times on the high school's YouTube page.
"To see it all come together is amazing," one of the dancers told InsideEdition.com. "A lot of hard practices and hard work."
The students had no dance experience before joining The PAC Dance Team, their coach and choreographer, Kristi Lopez, told InsideEdition.com.
This isn't the first time they've gone viral. A video of their "Wizard of Oz" routine from last year racked up more than three million views on YouTube. They took the "Wizard of Oz" routine to "America's Got Talent," but were cut in the quarterfinals.
Another year, the troupe performed a Pixar-themed routine featuring characters from "Toy Story," "The Incredibles" and "Finding Nemo," among others.
"I think we're so successful because of our hard work," one of the students said. "It's definitely not luck, it's definitely hard work. We practice almost every day and we do a lot of team bonding. We're a family. So it makes us dance as one."
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