Grandson Can’t Believe His Eyes As His Blind And Deaf Elderly Grandmother Dances To Whitney

Whitney Houston, the most awarded female artist of all time, has inspired countless fans with her incredible legacy, and this elderly devotee is no different. In this video honoring the singer after her untimely death in 2012, this grandma has shocked viewers with her killer moves.

Jeanne Harr, a 90-year-old Whitney fanatic from Utah, was devastated upon learning that the musical icon had passed. So, with the help of her grandson Adam Forgie, she decided to pay tribute in the only way she knows how – through interpretive dance.

There are certainly some trained dancers out there who might scoff at Harr’s attempt, that is until they learn that the senior is blind, deaf, has a steel hip, and still can groove to Houston’s ever-popular “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” Now that must take some serious skill.

As Jeanne twirls and shuffles to the beat, her grandson can’t help but join in on the fun. Though his moves will never match up to Jeanne’s, Forgie does his best and we can’t help but applaud them for their incredibly sweet tribute.