Dad dons skin-tight leotard and dances to Beyoncé’s Single Ladies with his daughters

PHOTO: Facebook/Tina Spadaro Haddad
PHOTO: Facebook/Tina Spadaro Haddad

This incredible dad proved that he’d do anything for his daughters – including squeezing into an itsy-bitsy black leotard.

Steve Haddad, from Michigan, US, has become an internet sensation after joining his two daughters in a sassy dance routine to Beyoncé’s hit, Single Ladies.  

In the hilarious video clip posted by his wife, Tina Spadaro Haddad, on Facebook, Steve effortlessly shakes his booty on the living room floor while donning the tight leotard and nude-coloured tights.

"You asked you received... Haddad Lip Sync contest. Stay back girls he’s all mine!! #BESTDAD #Beyoncé #allthesingleladies #christmaslipsync,” Tina captioned the video. 

The rather impressive performance was part of the family’s annual lip-syncing competition and the doting dad and his sassy daughters, who managed to keep a straight face throughout the entire performance, obviously took the top spot.

The hilarious threesome has since become viral sensations with the video receiving more than 20 million views on social media.

“The girls were trying to come up with a brilliant idea to beat the competition, which in this family, is tough,” Trina told Scary Mommy.

“I threw out the Beyoncé Single Ladies video. The girls begged him and because he loves to make us laugh, through much nagging on our part, he agreed.”

The mom of two admits that she only posted the video so her family could share it with their friends, The Sun reports.

“I’m overwhelmed. I’ve received so many positive messages from people who have had hard knocks and said thank you for the two minutes of laughter."

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