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Dance Battle Gets Friendly as Ciara and Russell Wilson Have Some Fun with Baby Future 

Ciara is a dancer by trade but that doesn’t mean she won’t ever bust some moves for fun. The singer did just that Monday when she and husband Russell Wison busted out a classic Wii game to play with young Future Zahir.

“Family Dance Games Are The Best ☺️💃🏽. @DangeRussWilson #MichaelJackson Speed Demon. #Family 🎤” the performer captioned a video of the trio playing the 2010 dancing game “Michael Jackson: The Experience.”

Future took the lead as his Seattle Seahawks quarterback stepdad danced behind him while Ciara rounded out the line. The family unleashed their best moves to Michael Jackson’s 1987 single, “Speed Deamon,” from the “Bad” album.

The group got into the music and the moves as Ciara and Wilson’s daughter, Sienna Princess, looked on from the sofa.

Fans delighted in the cute family moment.

“This is lovely 💫🌟💖”

“Adorable family @ Ciara.”

“I’m loving this family right now. 💜”

“This is absolutely adorable. I love watching them as a family. Nothing better than black love.👑👑👑🔥💯”

“Love this! Family is EVERYTHING!😍❤️”

The video is only the latest example of the family’s ability to bond and support one another.

Back in September, Ciara and the kids sent a heartwarming message to Wilson when he landed the coveted cover of the Wheaties cereal box.

“It is an exciting day for our household,” the singer began of her husband. “Russ, we are so proud of you. He’s on the cover of Wheaties. It’s historic, it’s amazing. … We love you.”

In October, it was Russell’s turn to support Ciara, who was on the road with Bruno Mars when the QB showed up backstage and surprised her with a bouquet of flowers.

And Ciara regularly gets the family to rally and support her athlete spouse. Throughout the 2018 NFL season, Ciara would either catch a game on TV and cheer on Wilson while she was away on tour or rally their kids together to cheer him on from the box seats. And usually, the family always made sure to rock their Seahawks gear that included Wilson’s number on the back and front.

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