This movie is an additional lovely illustration of the emotions that unique music may evoke in people.
Ellie May is the name of this young Elmo devotee. Her emotional response to the beloved children’s television
program ‘Elmo’ was captured on camera by her father, who dared viewers not to laugh. Watch the video down below.
Since it was posted in November 2017, the video has received an astonishing 8 million views. Her father,
Joe Hisel, who is now known as ‘Elmo Girl,’ added the following caption to the hugely popular video:
‘The emotion coursing through my body and the expression on her face mirrored. I had no idea life could be so full.
Oh, how boring that is! Little Ellie May loves Elmo like crazy. I appreciate your attendance. You folks help to look after us. We don’t see you as a given. Godspeed to you all.
Similar to Ellie, the video sparked a lot of emotion in the viewers, which resulted in some really emotional remarks. It merely demonstrates how joy spreads like wildfire:
I shared this with my 92-year-old mother, who suffers from dementia, and she grinned and laughed and smiled and laughed.
Commenter 2: ‘I’m an elderly, crippled, and severely injured sailor who wanted anything to make my day better. I adore you so much, my little baby. What a blessing!
Visit her father’s YouTube account and subscribe for more fantastic stuff to see the young Elmo fan’s most recent films.
Another sensitive infant that enjoys music is here. When this mother of an opera singer gave a performance to her newborn son,
it was clear how music can affect young children emotionally even before they can speak. Although George like hard metal,
he becomes very emotional when his mother begins to sing opera. This video is incredibly fascinating since it shows the most genuine emotions that music can evoke.