If there has ever been a bigger 2020 mood, we have not seen it.
4-year-old Charlie has gone viral on TikTok after video showing her not moving a muscle during her dance recital captured the hearts of millions.
"Went to my niece's outdoor dance recital and witnessed this legend," wrote @chubbybeagle.
People on TikTok immediately loved her and felt her.
And people across the internet are now hailing her as the patron saint of 2020 moods.
A 4-Year-Old Has Become An Icon On TikTok For Not Moving A Single Muscle During A Dance Recital. Charlie told her… https://t.co/k7GGCmb7Wq— Elizabeth Kim (Liz, Lizzy or 김혜성) 💫 (@Elizabeth Kim (Liz, Lizzy or 김혜성) 💫) 1598377521.0
This young and already a legend. https://t.co/MI9RZByWHI— Pradhono Surya (@Pradhono Surya) 1598322714.0
This little girl is all of us dealing with 2020 😭😭 https://t.co/gCIZhNuvuZ— Caroline Vandergriff (@Caroline Vandergriff) 1598314731.0
This 4 year old is my 2020 spirit animal! 😭 https://t.co/GBshzoQQL2— Prabha wine shop owner (@Prabha wine shop owner) 1598316917.0
Charlie did not move for six minutes straight.
When her mother, Tiffany Cosby, asked Charlie why she didn't dance in the beginning of the recital but did dance at the end, Charlie said, "There were a lot of people."
Charlie is a boss. No choice but to stan. https://t.co/HZFqhUJsFp— Elizabeth Cotignola 🍁 🇮🇹 (@Elizabeth Cotignola 🍁 🇮🇹) 1598315039.0
That TikTok video of a little girl standing perfectly still during a dance recital: I feel that so much, because I… https://t.co/LgJpkilGM6— SubAndrew Below Zero (@SubAndrew Below Zero) 1598315430.0
Cosby says she's happy that her daughter's lack of movement was met with extreme positivity despite going viral on the internet.
"I think the thing that surprises me the most is when things are posted on the internet you're going to expect negative comments. I was talking to family about how great it was that a majority of the comments were uplifting."
"When she grows up and she can read, it will be a good experience for her and not a bad one."
If nothing else good comes out of 2020, at least we have Charlie.