This little guy is the NEW New Edition!
Mark our words, 2-year-old Jaxon Murrell is a star in the making.
While watching BET's "The New Edition Story" with his mom, Kaurey Murrell, little Jaxon couldn't help but dance with the group right in front of the TV.
Not only is the tiny tot, who turns 3 in late February, extremely adorable, but he could be a boy-band frontman already, imitating the move exactly like the actors.
"He's a 2-year-old that catches on the choreography fast," Kaurey Murrell told Dance.com.
Morrell said Jaxon had never seen or heard the '80s boy band New Edition until the mini-series came out, but clearly is now a big fan.
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"Now he watches all New Edition videos on YouTube," she said. "Especially when they were younger."
People can't stop watching Jaxon, either. The video his mom posted to Facebook has been viewed well over 2 million times.
As for Jaxon's career in dance, Kaurey totally sees it happening.
"Yes, I think he will do something dealing with dance," she said. "He dances all the time!"
In case you need a reminder, here are some of the smoothest grooves and moves from the legendary New Edition boy band of Johnny Gill, Bobby Brown, Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Ralph Tresvant, and Ronnie Devoe.
"Candy Girl" from New Edition
It all started with "Candy Girl", New Edition's 1983 featuring the kid Michael Jackson-ish super high tones of Ralph Tresvant and the G-rated rapping of Bobby Brown. Even the dance break late in the video is sweet.