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There is something about catching someone in the middle of enjoying a song that will always be funny. This is especially true if they are in the process of singing along with it, too.

That’s exactly what happened to this father, who came upon his daughter belting out some Alicia Keys one day. This girl is most definitely on fire and she does not care who knows it!

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According to Good Morning America, Anni is an 8 year old who was doing her part to help out at the time. The little girl was helping to keep the family’s pool clean when she decided to pass the time with the majesty of song.

Any grown up can relate to that impulse, of course. Anni happened to be cleaning the pool when she noticed that the telescoping pole would make for a perfect microphone.

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From there, she also came to the realization that the pool would make for a great concert stage. Her hands were tied from that point on, if you ask us. What other choice did she have other than to perform to the best of her abilities? The show that she provided is well worth the price of admission and you are going to love her choice of song as well.

This rendition of “Girl on Fire” is so good, we hope that it ends up making its way to none other than Alicia herself. Who knows? Perhaps her husband, famed producer Swizz Beatz, might be willing to give her a beat or two to sing over.

Photo: YuoTube/Good Morning America

In the meantime, we are going to be watching this one over and over again. It is hard to imagine a more hilarious way to perform a song of this nature and we love that this little girl was smart enough to think of the idea. There are not a lot of people out there who would be able to use a telescoping pole for a performance like this one.

Parents everywhere are sure to relate to this one because we are always catching our children in the middle of their own little performances. This one rises above the level of the usual hairbrush in the mirror performances, though.