Two fierce girls dancing to Beyonce show us who 'Run the World (Girls)'

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When 14-year-old Larsen Thompson and 11-year-old Taylor Hatala broke the Internet with their insane dance moves to a Big Sean hit back in March, we continued to play the video on repeat as we couldn't get enough of these fierce young talents. Now, we finally have an excuse to press pause on that video.

The "twin" girls are at it again! They recently released a dance video to Beyonce's "Run The World (Girls)" and, dare we say, it's even better than the first one! These girls are certainly proving the song true as they take over our world one video click at a time.

The duo calls themselves "fraternal twins" due to their complimentary movement. They go together like peanut butter and jelly, milk and cookies, and Beyonce and power.

The two baes slay the performance as they seemingly effortlessly pop, lock, jam and break in an office building overlooking a sprawling city. Queen Bey and Jay Z better watch out, there's a new power couple in town. Talk about #squadgoals.



Watch Kid Fury hilariously review Queen Bey's original music video for the song:

Kid Fury on Beyonce's 'Run The World' Music Video

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