G'wan ye legends!
At around 11.45 am on Tuesday April 30th the Richter scale in the country would have recorded a mini-quake and that was down to you!
Body-popping, jumping, krumping, twisting, spinning, singing, shouting and spiraling to raise money to fight cancer.
Fergal spoke to Teacher Grainne from Castleconnell National School in Co. Limerick as part of Dare To Care and it was a blast!
As Grainne said,
Cancer has touched everyone's lives and when we heard about the dance we jumped at the chance!
Here they are giving it absolute socks!
Junior infants doing their bit for #DareToCare @TodayFM pic.twitter.com/07u7Z3juWi
— Castleconnell N.S (@cconnellns) April 30, 2019
Castleconnell weren't the only school involved. Half the country was giving it loads. Here's just a small selection of the videos we received from all around the country.
In fact if you were to check the @TodayFM Twitter timeline it would fill your heart with so much joy.
Get ready to fill your soul with feels. Thanks to EVERYONE. YOU ARE THE BEST!
We did it! We are Dancers for Cancer! @TodayFM @IanDempsey @cooper_m @IrishCancerSoc #DareToCare pic.twitter.com/gDIjMfw8XH
— North Pres Primary (@NorthPresPrim) April 30, 2019
What a great school - Pres Secondary Waterford take a bow #DareToCare #DancerForCancer @TodayFM @IrishCancerSoc @ceist1 @IanDempsey pic.twitter.com/AEXzxP0hrP
— Presentation Secondary Waterford (@PresWaterford) April 30, 2019
#DareToCare #Beadancerforcancer @TodayFM well done all 👍🙂💃 pic.twitter.com/VrYtuIRDu6
— St. Mary's Parish Primary School (@StMarysPPS) April 30, 2019
An scoil ar fad ag glacadh páirte i #dancerforcancer le @TodayFM inniú. #DareToCare #dreoilín #bród Físeanna eile le teacht!! pic.twitter.com/yQ6yGxK5ZB
— Laurel Hill Coláiste (@LHCfcj) April 30, 2019