Presenting the future dance darlings of showbiz

by Myrna Fernando
Feb 24, 2018
Mori Uytingco, Zia Dantes, and Luna Agoncillo have shown signs of becoming a total performer before turning the age of three.

Early on, these kids have been showing signs of becoming great dancers in the future.

And whether it's because they are simply responding to a beat or they have the "hobby gene," a skill or trait they inherit from their parents, their antics do not go unnoticed on social media.

Presenting future dance darlings of showbiz:

We won't be surprised if years from now, Zia Dantes will have her own dance show like her mom Marian Rivera.

Her Daddy Dingdong Dantes is a good dancer, too.

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Two-year-old Patrice, second daughter of Patrick Garcia and Nikka Martinez, also has her version of the famous "Gangnam Style."

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Patrice's cousin Gavin Kramer can dance to any beat, anytime, anywhere.

Taking this video is proud dad Doug Kramer, who remarks, "Kuhang-kuha sa beat, o."

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Seve Soriano, the cutie tot of Paul Soriano and Toni Gonzaga, finds a dance coach in his Tinang (tita and ninang) Alex Gonzaga.

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Alonzo Romeo Jose, 3, the cutie son of Dimples Romana choreographs his own dance, which includes stunts and floor work. Wow!

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Luna Agoncillo, the youngest kid of Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos, has the making of a cheerdancer!

This was taken on January 8, 2017, at her birthday party.

A fan of Elvis Presley like his lolo Eddie Gutierrez, Zion doesn't just sing the Hollywood icon's songs, he knows the dance steps, too.

His mom Sarah Lahbati calls him an "old soul."

Old soul ???????? #ziontheyounglion

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The talented Scarlet Snow Belo knows how to entertain her Instagram followers with a sing-and-dance number!

Alwyn Uytingco and Jennica Garcia's daughter Mori can sing and dance, too.

Here's her rendition of the famous song "Baby Shark."

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Some researchers claimed "babies are born to dance," and instantly responds to any beat.

Look at Oyo Sotto and Kristine Hermosa's Baby Vin...

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