A 102-Year-Old Dancer Watching Herself On Film For The First Time Will Give You Feels

It’s hard enough looking at your family portrait from five years ago. Now, imagine watching yourself on a video from 80 years ago, and it’s the first time you’ve ever seen yourself on film. That’s what happened to Alice Barker, a hubba-hubba chorus line member who danced at the Apollo and Cotton Club for the likes of Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly. She’s lived one hell of a life, and even at 102 years old, she’s still kicking. The uploader reports, “The recreation nurse plays [her videos] on the big TV in the communal room regularly. She’s kinda a rock star these days.”