"Just because we're in a retirement village, doesn't mean we can't have fun," 72-year-old Margaret Gregory tells The Guardian.
And she, along with 49 other residents at a retirement home in New Zealand, are proving it with a video of epic proportions.
Dancing and lip-synching to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off," the residents, with an average age of 82, recreate various scenes from the original video, including Swift's ballet class and breakdancing numbers.
"We still have life and energy, and sometimes I feel I do more now than when I was younger, because I have more time," Gregory adds.
And this isn't the first time seniors have gone viral for their dancing spirit: in 2015, a group of seniors pulled off an "Uptown Funk" video we couldn't stop watching, and some other have even learned to Whip and Nae-Nae.
So without further ado, shake off all your worries with the dancers in the video below:
(H/T: The Guardian)