Watch This 10-Year-Old Girl Karate Kick Past Your Gender Stereotypes

"Not every girl dreams of being a little princess."

Jesse Jane McParland is not your average elementary school student. She came in 8th place on Series 9 of "Britain's Got Talent." Even more impressive, she's a double WAKO (World Association of Kickboxing Organization) World Champion, six-time WKC (World Karate & Kickboxing Commission) World Champion, WKC Youngest Female World Champion and three-time WOMAA (World Organization of Martial Arts Athletes) World Champion, according to her Facebook page.

Oh, and did we mention she's only 10 years-old?

After a video of her performing martial arts went viral on Facebook, viewed over 90 MILLION times might we add, Ellen DeGeneres invited the young girl from Keady, Ireland to come on her show. Needless to say, she was stoked to appear on the popular daytime talk show.

She told DeGeneres she's been doing martial arts since she was three years old. After trying ballet, Irish dancing and basketball, McParland decided she didn't want to do those anymore. Seeing people do karate one day, she asked her dad if she could do it, too. He replied, "No, karate is too dangerous."

Luckily, McParland was persistent and when asked by her mother why she didn't want to continue ballet and Irish dancing, she answered, "Mommy, not every girl dreams of being a little princess." ??? Soon after, she proudly performed a martial arts routine that will make your jaw drop.

Watch the amazing (and slightly terrifying) video below. You go, Jesse Jane!