Eleven moms pulled off the pep rally dance to end all pep rally dances last week at Steele High School in Texas. The women surprised students (their kids!) with a badass dance to Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" and iHeart Memphis' "Hit the Quan."
"The boys are doing really well this year and we wanted to something to show our support for them," Aprill Williams, the mother of school football player C.J. Williams, told San Antonio Express. She organized the performance to help get the team pumped for their first playoff game.
Jada Brown, a student at the school, choreographed the routine. The moms practiced and rehearsed their moves in secret until the time came to debut the big dance at the pep rally.
"My legs were shaky and it felt like my knees were going to buckle," Melissa Fields, the mother of student Isaiah Fields, said. "It was cool to come out of our comfort zone and show support for the boys."
Watch Williams, Fields and the rest of the awesome moms break it down in a video uploaded by YouTube user 2mont11.