Running for a position within the student government can take some creativity. You’ve got to stand out against all the other students who are competing against you. Most of the time, kids will make bright posters with sassy or clever slogans. Not this student!

A young boy named Walker was about to give a speech to the student body. His goal was to convince them to vote for him as student body president. Little did the audience know, it wasn’t going to be just an ordinary speech.

Much to the audience’s surprise, Walker had his sister on board to help him out. She and two of her friends joined Walker onto the gymnasium floor. However, all three of them walked onto the floor in huge, hilarious white hats with neon trim.

All of the sudden, Walker’s sister, Ashlin, and her friends bust out in these hilarious, side-splitting dance moves for the crowd of students. The three girls danced to “Elvira” by The Oak Ridge Boys in perfectly choreographed moves.

About one minute into their funny, unexpected performance is when the girls bust out their signature dance move that makes the students go crazy! You’re going to love to  see this amusing, impromptu performance in their giant hats. So creative!

Oh, yes. The school talent show. It was a moment when everyone at school could show off their talents and skills to all of their peers. If done right, a performance could leave the kids at school talking for weeks. Like these kids did.

Four Texas 5th-graders absolutely nailed their school’s talent show act. It was absolutely hilarious too. Their side-splitting skit performed at New Braunfels Christian Academy has attracted quite a bit of attention.

The audience in the room and the audience viewing through their screens were in for a real treat while witnessing these boys. It’s so funny, in fact, that it has been viewed over 7.5 million times. It’s that good!

These goofball boys have the entire room in stitches from the beginning of their performance all the way to the end. As soon as the black curtains pull back, they are greeted by the four boys “dressed up” in onesies and pacifiers in their mouths.

This is when they start breaking out in Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off,” before busting out The Village People’s “YMCA,” and you can tell that they put a lot of time and practice into this hysterical routine.

Continue to the next page to watch their hilarious talent show routine. This is perfect if you need a good laugh.