I saw Kendal Connor weeks ago at Valley High School in Louisville.  I was there emceeing the KHSAA Dance Regional.  Kendal's team, the Daviess County High School Pantherettes, were there competing for a spot in the State Championships, which they ultimately won, by the way.

Kendal, who's incredibly pregnant, was about to pop then, but that didn't stop her from waddling around coaching her team to a regional victory.  And, for some context, was back in March.  She's REALLY about to pop now and, just a couple of days ago, put together an absolutely hysterical TikTok video.  At 39 weeks pregnant, Kendal decided to "bust a move" and try to dance her baby out.

I gotta say.  Even nine months and begging for contractions, Kendal still has some impressive moves.

Kendal joined me on the WBKR morning show today to chat about the inspiration behind the video and the excitement about meeting her brand new daughter, who's due this Wednesday.

 

And, by the way, this isn't Kendal's first video.  As we discussed in the interview, at 33 weeks (and on Mother's Day) she shared this hilarious video.

Kendal and Logan have chosen the name Everleigh Scott for their newborn. Kendal has chosen to honor dad, Scott, with Everleigh's middle name.

She's due any day (well, tomorrow to be exact) and, if these videos are any indication, that baby is going to come out dancing.

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