Fil-Canadian Duo Lucky Aces Made It to The Ellen Show

Holly Bissonnette | April 24, 2015

Two Filipino-Canadian kids from Vancouver, Canada, Reyond “Lucky” Ancheta and Andree Camille “AC” Bonifacio , or the “Lucky Aces,” appeared in The Ellen DeGeneres Show and flashed their smashing dancing skills in front of a cheering crowd.

Twelve-year-old AC and Lucky form the hip-hop duo who became an Internet sensation after posting and sharing their moves. They have been dancing for years under the banner of the dance group Freshh 2.0. Their duo was established in 2012, and they also won the World Hip-Hop Junior Championship title as members of Freshh 2.0.

The duo was also featured in the movie Step Up 5: All In.

Ellen DeGeneres was blown away by their performance when she saw their video on YouTube and decided to invite the kids over to her show where they exhibited their impressive hip-hop moves in the beat of DJ Snake and Lil Jon’s “Turn Down for What.”

In the show, both of them revealed that they wanted to become backup dancers of Ariana Grande, so DeGeneres surprised them with a VIP pass to Grande’s The Honeymoon Tour in Canada.

Ultimately, Grande made their dream come true after she called the duo on stage to perform with her.

Check out the videos below of Lucky Aces showing off their impressive moves in The Ellen DeGeneres Show and during Ariana Grande’s Tour in Vancouver, Canada.



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