Watch: Cute Girl Turns Her Long Wait In An Airport Into A Viral Sensation

Written by Wes Walker on January 21, 2019

You’re in an airport, and you’ve suddenly got 4 hours to kill. What do you do?

Most people would find somewhere to sit and wait. Not Katie.

Some would sit and wait with a book. Others would stare at a screen. Others still would sit down and eat.

Not many people would pass the time by getting active and finding a way to make a dull wait fun.

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But that’s exactly what this young college student, Katie Gould did.

She grabbed her phone, grabbed her cat, ‘Bowie’ and found interesting places to dance in the airport for the duration of her wait.

She stitched the clips into a video, and put it to music (Hall & Oates “You Make My Dreams”).

Next thing you know the original post has millions of views, and she’s getting calls to appear on TV.

Not bad, eh?

It’s not like she’s even a ‘pro’ dancer. Far from it, she’s studying law.

She’s just fun, happy, and likes to move to a beat.

Good for her.

Maybe if more of us could lighten up like Katie, we wouldn’t be so busy tearing at each other’s throats.

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