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Northern Life video goes viral

By: Heather Green-Oliver - Sudbury Northern Life

 | Apr 28, 2010 - 4:56 PM |

Northern Life’s video montage of the family’s AFV experience has caught the attention of entertainment buffs around the world.

A Northern Life video that highlights a tot from Lively doing his “boogie baby” dance has gone viral. Going “viral” means the video has shot to the top of Internet search engine rankings. At Northern Life press time Wednesday morning, the video had been viewed by tens of thousands of people, and the numbers continue to climb.

Last month, Northern Life first told the story of the Adair family, who submitted their “Boogie Baby” video to America’s Funniest Home Videos (AFV). The video aired March 14 and landed the family $10,000 US. The family was invited back to compete in the April 25 show, which netted them $100,000 US.

The Adairs are now in the running to win AFV’s grand prize May 2, which consists of a trip for 20 people to Walt Disney World Resort. For more information and show times, visit www.abc.com.

The video features Keegan Adair, who was 10 months old at the time, dancing excitedly with his toy Yo Gabba Gabba Brobee doll. 
 

Within a matter of days Northern Life’s Boogie Baby video had received more than 100,0000 views and continues to be the most popular news video on YouTube.com.

Within a matter of days Northern Life’s Boogie Baby video had received more than 100,0000 views and continues to be the most popular news video on YouTube.com.


Northern Life’s video montage of the family’s AFV experience has caught the attention of entertainment buffs around the world.

The most recent video posted by Northern Life April 26 saw over one hundred thousand people logging in to watch the Boogie Baby dance.

The video became one of the top stories on Yahoo.ca and was featured in an article on the Toronto Star’s website. The comical dance routine continues to be one of the most popular news video on YouTube.com, with more than 100,000 views and climbing.

Heather Green-Oliver

Heather Green-Oliver

Staff Writer

@HGreenOliver

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