Adorable Video Of 4-Year-Old Singing 'Moana' Song Becomes Viral Sensation

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Adorable Video Of 4-Year-Old Singing 'Moana' Song Becomes Viral Sensation

It did not hit Sophia's mom until "after the graduation when all the parents went and found their kid and gave them flowers and people were coming up saying to me, 'Is it very bad I stopped videotaping my own kid to video yours?'"

Four year old Sophia Neshin gave her all when performing a song from the Disney film with her class.

A young Florida girl stole the show during her preschool graduation and instantly became a viral sensation.

Neshin, 28, said she was in "utter disbelief" at her daughter's over-the-top emotion while singing.

The rest of Sophia's classmates similarly sang along and danced, with some swaying side-to-side. Their final performance from Disney's Moana, "How Far I'll Go", was supposed to be "sweet and mellow". Sophia's mom posted the video on her personal Facebook page around 6:30 p.m. on June 10.

The original video has gained more than 12 million views on social media so far.

Sophia's mother Michelle Neshin said she was "completely taken aback" by her daughter's performance.

And just in case you were wondering, Ariel, Moana and Rapunzel are Sophia's favorite princesses. However, a family friend sent Sophia a cookie cake and she thought it was the best thing ever.

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