Kid Dancer Tavaris Jones Returns To 'The Ellen Show' To Show Off Some New Moves

The audience loves him.

Young dancer Tavaris Jones first appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show when he was 4 years old. He's now 6 and still busting a move. DeGeneres welcomed Tavaris back to her show this week, where she noted that his performances have racked up over 100 million online views.

The tiny talent, who recently performed during an NBA game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, took the stage to show off a new routine for Ellen's audience — who absolutely loved it, if their applause is anything to go by. Tavaris' song choice this time around? "Lit Right Now" by Ayo & Teo.

Tavaris also sat down for an interview with DeGeneres, who asked him about his recent birthday party, which had a $5 cover charge. What is he going to do with the money? "I'm gonna pay bills," Tavaris said. DeGeneres was happy to contribute $20, which Tavaris held on to very carefully.

He also shared his goal for this year, which is to finish kindergarten with all As. When he's not working hard for school, he can play on the birthday gift Ellen gave him: a brand-new swing set, complete with a slide.

Check out Tavaris’ performance and interview below:

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