A popular Atlanta, Georgia dancer is going viral on social media this morning because she took to the stage on Friday at the club where she works - and twerked like her life depended on it.
But the dancer was 9 months pregnant and she didn't allow the pregnancy to slow her down one bit!
We know what you're wondering - is it safe to twerk like that while pregnant?
According to ABC News resident OB-GYN, twerking is perfectly safe during pregnancy. Heres' what she said:
"We're happy our moms are feeling so energetic and truly enjoying their pregnancies, and we applaud these ladies for continuing to dance. Exercise during pregnancy can ease aches and pains, boost energy, help prepare the body for childbirth, and make recovery easier," says Linda Murray, global editor in chief of BabyCenter.
"For the average pregnant woman, dancing and aerobic activity is safe during pregnancy, so therefore Twerking is, too," said Dr. Jennifer Ashton, ABC News' senior medical contributor and a practicing ob-gyn. "Pregnancy is not a disease, and women should feel comfortable being active. If something hurts, don't do it."