Janet Jackson surprises a talented gymnast who performed a floor routine to the singer’s classic tunes.
Friday on social media, the “Rhythm Nation” artist posted her FaceTime conversation with UCLA student Margzetta Frazier — who, earlier this month, danced to Jackson’s “Nasty” and “If” during a competition against BYU.
The performance, which has been seen by thousands on social media, earned Frazier an impressive 9.925 out of 10.
“I would one day love to learn to tumble. And if I do, I would love for you to teach me!” the pop star told Frazier in their chat. “I did it once in the video ‘Pleasure Principle,’ and the way it was shot, people didn’t think that it was me, but it was me doing the backflip!”
During their call, Jackson told the athlete that her performance had moved her to tears.
“I just want to say thank you. Thank you for sharing your talent. It’s so beautiful to see you tumble. Really inspiring,” Jackson said. “I loved it. Absolutely loved it.”
Towards the end, Frazier got visibly emotional, telling Jackson, “Thank you so much. That means everything to me.”
The two even made plans to meet up the next time Jackson is in Los Angeles.
WATCH the cute video, below: