If you see a group of elderly women dancing like women half their age, you\u2019re going to stop and watch. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vhEYwVrueu78 A group of women has taken the U.K. by storm through their seemingly impromptu dance battles on street corners and farmers\u2019 markets. Complete with canes and curlers still in their hair, the \u201cgrannies\u201d suddenly become the worst dance troupe in the city. Their skirts are flower-printed and run nearly to their ankles, but they don\u2019t let that get in the way of their jumpin\u2019 and jivin\u2019. The comically large-framed glasses and booties to match their skirts add to the ensemble, and it\u2019s no doubt that most people get quite a kick out of watching them strut their stuff. But alas, they\u2019re not really \u201cgrannies.\u201d In fact, all four of the women are between 33 and 51, and are all part of the Fizzog Productions\u2019 dance group. Sue Hawkins, 42, Jackie Fellows, 51, Deb Nicholls, 42, and Emma Rollason, 33, make up the fleet-footed quartet. dailymail.co.uk After one of their first videos went viral across social media, the \u201cDancing Grannies\u201d have become something of a local icon. \u201cI just put it up to show friends and family really,\u201d said a lucky witness, who posted the video to YouTube. \u201cThen, I was getting notifications left, right and center from people across the world. I didn\u2019t ever think it was going to be this popular. From the morning after, it just spiraled out of control.\u201d \u201cI have had friend requests online from people everywhere, like Australia and Japan this week,\u201d they continued, telling the Daily Mail. \u201cIt is unbelievable.\u201d dailymail.co.uk What\u2019s truly unbelievable is the idea that a group of women who appear eligible for Social Security are busting out moves to rival all comers. Of course, the women who are actually performing as the \u201cgrannies\u201d aren\u2019t ones themselves, but the crowds at their performances seem to enjoy it just the same. The four women have been dancing together for 14 years since meeting in college, where they all studied musical theatre. dailymail.co.uk \u201cWe just cannot believe the reaction we\u2019ve had to the video,\u201d said Hawkins, who also serves as the production company director. \u201cWe have had a huge response from people in India who loved the Bhangra dancing and from people in Japan who enjoyed our version of Gangnam. \u201cMs. Fellows plays the elderly character May, Ms. Nicholls is Hilda, while Ms. Rollason portrays an OAP called Ruby.\u201d \u201cThese characters have been around for some time and they appear in comedy sketches which we perform at community events and shows,\u201d Hawkins explained. \u201cWe developed the characters after visiting nursing homes in the Black Country, so these funny characters are based on some of the lovely people we met.\u201d dailymail.co.uk True septuagenarians or not, these ladies got moves. Credits: Shareably Share this story on Facebook with your friends.