"I'm kind of nervous, excited and scared."
Dance Limited, School of Dance will be traveling thousands of miles away to perform in the 2012 London Olympics.
"We've worked really hard to get here," says Cindy Mundschenk, the dance instructor.
So hard in fact that they were the only troupe invited from the state of Texas.
"It didn't happen by accident and my dancers are talented. They're hard working," Mundschenk continues.
"We've been practicing a lot, since the end of last year," Leilani Tibbitts adds.
When the group decided they would honor their great state with Texas music, they realized they had to recruit more people for the show.
Who better than the dads of course? Experience was not a requirement to join the team, because Scott Youngquist says he sure did not have any.
"Other than the occasional barn dance or whatever, no. Definitely no professional experience," says Youngquist.
Regardless of how long each performer has been dancing, this opportunity will be one to remember.
Youngquist says, "This is going to be something she'll remember for the rest of her life."
"It's such an honor, such an honor to be representing Texas," says Mundschenk.