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WATCH: South Florida girl, 4, belts her heart out at graduation, goes viral


A 4-year-old from South Florida is going viral for her emotional performance at her preschool graduation.  

Sophia Urquijo, of Miami, was center stage as she belted the words to “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s Moana, according to WFTS

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Sophia’s mom, Michelle Neshin, posted the adorable video on June 10 with the caption, “When the last song of graduation is supposed to be mellow... and you didn't get the memo.”

In just nine days, Sophia’s performance has more than 11 million views.

“I am still in disbelief that my silly little girl just being her quirky self has had millions of views,” Neshin wrote on Facebook.

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