Little Dancing Girl (2021 Remake)

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Little Dancing Girl (2021 Remake) (known as Ballerina Girl (2021 Remake) in the title) is a screamer video created by Devin Millar under his Finder Lurker alias. The video, as the title claims, is an attempted remake of Little Dancing Girl, a classic screamer video from 2008.

The video shows a room that resembles the one in the original video, with a television displaying static on the right side of the screen, close to the camera and overlooking the hallway. A girl dressed in a white ballerina dress enters the room and starts dancing elegantly to a remade version of the piano soundtrack from the original video. This lasts for 19 seconds, until the girl goes out of sight after spinning aronud. A second later, a red, shadowy creature with a giant black mouth, and with buns in its hair jumps up quickly and screams at the camera. The scream is similar but was remade to match the likeness filmed by Devin himself. An interesting thing to note is that the video uses random effects on the video part to give a more familiar feel to the original screamer.

Additionally, the girl dancing in the video is actually Devin's ex-girlfriend Emily. The video was filmed in Summer of 2019 (they were already split up at the time, but still friends), but uploaded in January of 2021 due to Devin finding it in his hard drive. The title had to be changed to Ballerina Girl instead of the original title due to COPPA not allowing comments if it is implied to be of minors, which this is not the case at all since Devin and Emily were both 19 years old when they created it.

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  • youtube.com/watch?v=NcI2BVJUDks

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Anonymous #1

8 months ago
Score 1++
haha, i love it.

Anonymous #2

8 months ago
Score 1 You
i like the original better

Anonymous #2

3 months ago
Score 0 You
yea, that one was scarier
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