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'Backpack Kid' Joins Zumba for a Good Cause

07-30-2017
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Katy Perry

(Radio.com) Russell Horning, aka "Backpack Kid," who went viral after dancing with Katy Perry on Saturday Night Live, performed at this year's Zumba Instructor's Convention with a special group of kids.

The group of elementary school children from the Overtown community of South Florida currently face a variety of challenges including residing in local homeless shelters.

"Performing my song 'I Got Skills' at the 10th annual Zumba Instructor Convention--7,500 Zumba instructors went crazy over the dance and I got to perform with the amazing kids from CARE Elementary who inspired me even more," Horning wrote on Instagram after the event. Check out the fun performance here.

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