Kid Dancer Tavaris Charged a Cover for His Birthday Party


Boy, you look fresh. You look very fresh. Thank you. Or I think it’s called
“lit” now, right? You look flame and lit. Is that right? All right. I’m over here. [LAUGHTER] Look at you with that
watch on and your chain. Did you get those free? Because you just
turned six, right? You had a birthday. Did you get those as presents? You did? Wow, those are nice presents. And how was your birthday party? Good. It was good? I heard that you
charged admission. People had to pay to go to it? How much? I charged the $5 and I made $10. OK. [LAUGHTER] So you charge $5
and you got $10. Did only two people show up? Mm-mm. There was a whole
bunch of people. And they just didn’t pay? They did. Oh, they did pay. But you only got $10. [LAUGHTER] Were your parents
collecting the money? Because I think they may
have kept some of it. [LAUGHTER] I didn’t get to
go to your party, but what are you going
to do with the money? I’m going to pay bills. [LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE] What bills in particular
you got going on? Money bills. Money bills. Sure, all right. I would like to contribute. This is $20, and it goes
to your bill-paying phone. Thank you. You’re welcome. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] [LAUGHTER] All right. So did you get
everything you wanted, or was there something you
still wanted and you didn’t get? I’m didn’t get my presents,
but I got hairspray. You got hairspray? [LAUGHTER] Why do you need hairspray? Because so I can
get me some dreads. Oh. [LAUGHTER] I see. You didn’t want to
start growing them out until you had hairspray? You were waiting for that? Now you can grow
them out, and you’re going to get some dreads. Will you start
growing them out now? That’s going to
take a little while. [LAUGHTER] So what is your goal this year? I heard there’s a new goal, too. I’m going to finish
kindergarten and get all As so I can go to first grade. You’re going to go
on to first grade? [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] All right. That is a good goal. That’s a great goal, to
get out of kindergarten and move on to first grade. So look at you. You haven’t let go of
that $20, have you? You’re just like– [LAUGHTER] You’re just holding
onto that $20. Don’t give it to your mother. I have a feeling she’s
keeping some of your money. [LAUGHTER] I got you a birthday gift,
because I know you’re going to like this a whole lot. Let’s see it. [GASPING AND APPLAUSE] You like it? Yeah? [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] That’s pretty cool, right? I don’t know how you’re
going to get that on a plane, but you’re going to do it. All right, we’ll be right back. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] [MUSIC PLAYING]

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