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Hudson Valley Dancers' Video Goes Viral After Hillary Clinton Tweet

Dancers from The Artistry Project in Pleasantville made a video for Hillary Clinton.
Dancers from The Artistry Project in Pleasantville made a video for Hillary Clinton. Video Credit: Scattered Books
Hillary Clinton meets the dancers from Artistry Dance Project.
Hillary Clinton meets the dancers from Artistry Dance Project. Photo Credit: Sam Barron

CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. --There were some very special guests at Hillary Clinton's book signing at the Chappaqua Library Saturday.

Clinton met dancers from The Artistry Project in Pleasantville, who made a video of them dancing inside Scattered Books in Chappaqua to "Fight Song," holding copies of Clinton's new books "What Happened and "It Takes A Village."

"This video from my local bookstore @scatteredbooks in Chappaqua put a smile on my face," Clinton tweeted Thursday. "Love the soundtrack, too."

You can view the video above.

Three of the dancers, Morgan Hiller, an Ossining 6th grader, Livvy Scott, a Briarcliff 7th grader and Louise Procell, a Pleasantville seventh -rader, said they were excited and nervous to meet her.

"She was much more laid back than I thought she'd be," Procell said.

Procell said she was online when Clinton tweeted the video and saw the page views go from 10 to 30,000 in an instant.

"It was crazy," Procell said.

Scott said Hillary Clinton was an inspiration to her.

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