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People Are Losing It Over This Lit Parade

"Who let Dora get that lit?"

Posted on December 13, 2016, at 1:42 p.m. ET

Meet Mary Adams Elliott, 43, from North Carolina.

Mary Adams Elliott

Elliott told BuzzFeed News that earlier in December, she went to a Christmas parade because her granddaughter was dancing in it. While there, she saw these characters coming down the road and "got a little excited."

Her commentary begins with some hype for Dora the Explorer.

Mary Adams Elliott

Then Kung Fu Panda and SpongeBob get shout-outs.

Mary Adams Elliott

Minnie Mouse is praised (Elliott's favorite character)...

Mary Adams Elliott

...but then Panda comes back again for a strong finish, arguably stealing the show.

Mary Adams Elliott

"That was not just a put-on for me," Elliott said about her commentary.

"That's something that just is natural. I like to be a joyous, happy person," she said.

Her hype is mad contagious, and people lost it on Twitter after her video was uploaded. "Who let Dora get that lit?" one person asked.

@jillybbean HAHAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA there are tears streaming down my face. Who let Dora get that lit

Many tweeted their favorite lines of Elliott's hype.

@hhyusuf I KNOW😩😩😩 "you betta go head now panda" DEAD this is the new milk video

"This is art," said one person.

"The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," said another.

@HotGamerSex The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

And others connected with individual characters. "MOOD," said one Twitter user about Kung Fu Panda.

"Ima be the Panda after release this Friday," said another.

@HotGamerSex @mikiyassss @collins_mokua ima be the Panda after release this Friday

"Hello yes it is me hello kitty," said one person.

@HotGamerSex @danikaharrod hello yes it is me hello kitty

"Minion buddy lit," said another.

@HotGamerSex @DomSki2012 @ChuckDollasIV Minion buddy lit

Some people have plans to move into the neighborhood so they too can experience such a lit parade.

@vpdollarsign @HotGamerSex when do we move into this neighborhood? 🤗

@DJWhiteShorts I can't stop watching this I wanna move here

And of course, many complimented the woman behind the hype.

@HotGamerSex this woman is so motivational

Elliott's video has since been seen by millions of people.

"[The parade] was really fun but I did not expect this to happen, really, when I posted this video," she said.

Elliott is glad she was able to bring so much joy to people, a thing she loves to do.

"I love bringing life. I love showing love, and that's what it's all about, and hey, I love to motivate and make people happy," she said.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.