5-year-old girl goes viral after sharing videos dressed up as famous African American women

5-year-old girl goes viral after sharing videos dressed up as famous African American women

- A five-year-old girl has been trending online for her attempts in dressing like black celebrities in America

- The little girl identified as Rosie, started doing videos emulating African American celebs in February 2020 during Black History month

- She has so far emulated the late Cicely Tyson, Serena Williams, Stacey Abrams, Whoopi Goldberg and Tina Tuner

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February marks Black History month for the African Americans living in the US, and a five-year-old identified as Rosie has found a better way to salute black icons.

The young internet sensation started dressing up and emulating African celebrities in 2019, with her mother sharing them on social media.

According to Rosie's mother, the little girl started doing the videos last year and the response was so overwhelming so they decided to do it again this year.

5-year-old baby girl goes viral after sharing videos dressed up as famous African American women
A 5-year-old Rosie dressed as Tina Turner. Photo credit: Go_Rosie_grow/Instagram.
Source: Instagram

Rosie kicked off this month emulating the political icon Stacey Abrams who was one of the key persons who helped President Joe Biden clinch black votes in the state of Georgia.

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This is what she posted on her Instagram page:

Since she started dressing up like celebrities, she has emulated the late Cicely Tyson, Tina Turner, Rosa parks, Aretha Franklin, Serena Williams and Whoopi Goldberg.

Singer Tina Turner shared on her Instagram page how thrilled she was to see a five-year-old rock up and completely embody her style. She said:

''Wow, look at this talented girl! This is 5-year-old Rosie from Detroit who is going viral sharing videos of herself dressed up as famous African American women. Rosie, it was wonderful to see you on @goodmorningamerica, you are fantastic, go for your dreams! Sending you big hugs, Tina Ps. Oh, and I love the costumes!''

She also got a shout out from Whoopi Goldberg during their talk show where she shared her reaction upon seeing the young girl emulate her style and do it right.

Here are some reactions to the posts:

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Katrina Robertson said:

"You are too cute for words, Rosie Keep up the good work bringing awareness to black history month. I have no doubt that someday you will be one of the many honored in the future."

Martha Torres commented:

"So cute. It is wonderful to see a little black girl, looking at black women that look like her and inspires her to be all she can be with great role models."

charlenegeorginaedward said:

"That is amazing! What a beautiful little girl."

mrs_mia_texas commented:

"Amen keep it up!! You all are so much inspiration! Love your videos!"

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In a previous report by Legit.ng, two young beautiful kids went viral after dressing the way Barack Obama and his wife Michelle dressed to US president Joe Biden's inauguration.

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Many came up with different recreations of the couple's outfits but the two kids seemed to have won hearts on social media.

Several images of the kids were shared, on the little girl Ryleigh Madison's Instagram page, showing just how similar the outfits were.


Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.

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