Fifth-grade boys do a humorous ‘granny’ dancing performance during a talent show.

Everything in this is hilarious, but the ending is priceless.

School talent shows are widespread, and the audience is always entertained.

While some of these talent showcases are more like performances than true competitions, they are always fascinating to watch and invigorating to compete in.

They serve another purpose aside from tomfoolery. They give educators a wonderful opportunity to promote their kids while also supporting members in increasing their confidence. At the same time, it draws the community together, which is always a good thing.

It’s easy to locate understudies’ performances at such events on YouTube, and while many of them are engaging and interesting, there are a few that stick out.

Young male understudies costumed as old ladies moved to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It” song. The astonished audience began giggling and cheering for the understudies after the “grandmothers” appeared on stage.

When the curtain opens, eight elderly ladies appear in front of an audience, hardly walking, and all of them use walkers, sticks, or bolsters.

They eventually abandon their walking aids and believe that the melody will begin.