Tallahassee, Florida --
A flash mob dance erupted at Cobb Middle School Tuesday as a part of First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" program.
More than 380 students participated, along with teachers, and local celebrities, like Representative Alan Williams, and a few of WCTV's very own, Lauren Searcy and Jill Chandler, got to bust a move.
Representative Alan Williams said, "Get them involved with exercise and put dance with music that they like. It's probably one of the best ways to get kids exercising and really moving across the country."
Dana Brown was the dance teacher who coordinated all the students, and taught them the dance. He said, "Seeing all of the students doing the motions and trying to go the right direction and perform with all the cues... was awesome."
The dance at Cobb Middle was just one of 600 schools that participated internationally. The kids all started dancing at 1:42PM - EST.
To watch a full clip of the dance click on the video that says "Full Dance."
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