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Video: World Record Holder Stuns as She Limbos Under Seats at PHL

Sept. 06, 2018
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Video: World Record Holder Stuns as She Limbos Under Seats at PHL
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Well, this is one way to pass time at the airport. A video of a woman performing a unique skill at the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has been making its way around the internet. Shemika Campbell, 24, stunned onlookers when she dropped it low into a limbo and inched her way under a row of seats. The jaw-dropping video has received almost 200,000 views on Youtube.

The Trinidad and Tobago native inherited her love for limbo from her mother and grandmother. Campbell now resides in Buffalo, New York, but continues to carry on the traditional Trinidadian form of dance.

Campbell has earned herself two Guinness World Records for her gravity-defying talent. Campbell set her first world record in 2010 for "Lowest Female Limbo" when she shimmied her way under a bar just 8.5 inches off the ground. In 2016, she earned her second world record for "The Longest Distance to Limbo Under 12 Inches" by limboing for more than 10 feet under the height of a foot. Campbell is best known for her appearances on seasons six and 12 of America's Got Talent.

How low can you go? (Don't try this at home.. or at the airport)