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Madcap Jade Bucknall proves she's still the material girl by recreating an adorable dance tribute to Madonna she made up to entertain her mum when she was aged six.
The 24-year-old was having a clear out of her old possessions when she stumbled across a box of camcorder video tapes.
One them featured clips of her curly-haired younger self dancing to Madonna's video for the theme tune to James Bond film Die Another Day.
Single Jade, of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, has now recreated the routine and filmed herself dancing on a split screen next to her younger self.
Since posting the videos on Facebook on Saturday, they have been viewed, shared and liked more than 10,000 times by people worldwide.
Jade, who works in a hospital operating theatre, admits she was obsessed with the movie when it was released in 2002.
She said: "I was getting pretty bored during lockdown so me and my mum decided to have a clear out."
"We were going through a box of old video tapes and came across six of me when I was a kid."
"I was absolutely obsessed with Madonna's Die Another Day video when the James Bond film came out."
"I'd watch the music video and copy the routine and asked my mum to film me doing the dance on a proper old camcorder."
"I just thought it would be fun to recreate the dance routine and put it online so I did and the response has been amazing."
Jade, who has continued her love of dance to this day, added: "I took snippets of it and posted it on social media and it got a load of likes."
"I'm not great at editing and technology but my dance teacher tends to do lots of edits, so I picked up a few tips off her, when I put the old and the new footage together."
"It took some time but I did it."