Do you girl, do you! Sophina DeJesus' latest floor routine is going viral — and for good reason. The UCLA senior incorporated some crazy good hip-hop moves during her performance at Pauley Pavilion in L.A. over the weekend.
The Temecula native, 21, brought the crowd to their feet as she shook her hips, dropped some Nae Nae moves and landed in a split from mid-air.
DeJesus' impressive routine was posted via YouTube on Saturday, February 6, and has already garnered more than 1 million views. She received a score of 9.925 and tied for third at the meet.
Nevertheless, DeJesus was proud of her accomplishment. "My sister Savannah is an awesome dancer. She helped me with the [choreography] and made it more fun," she said after the match, via The New York Times.
"I love dancing," she added. "I wanted to end my senior year with a bang."
Indeed she did. DeJesus has received an outpouring of support since her dance went viral. Her former teammate and Olympic silver medalist, Samantha Peszek, is also in her corner. The athlete explained why she thinks DeJesus didn't receive a perfect 10.
"Commentators mostly talk about tumbling because it seems to be more impressive to an audience and it’s easier to spot the deductions in landings, height and form," Peszek, 24, said. "The great thing about routines like Sophina’s is that they bring energy and life not only to the audience, but the rest of the team watching."
Watch DeJesus' crazy good moves in the video above!
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