We all remember Blanco Brown's viral hit from earlier this year, thanks to the line dance that achieved meme status, he had us all doing. But now, it's a celebrity's turn. Busting some serious moves, Ciara danced to The Git Up Remix, and it's getting a lot of attention.\nThe R&B singer posted a video of herself earlier today shuffling at Hat 'n' Boots in south Seattle. Now, the choice of location makes all the sense in the world given the country rap song's rodeo association.\nDressed in a comfy black hoodie, a camo jacket, and cowgirl boots, Ciara "got low" at Emerald City's landmark cowboy-themed gas station. Legend has it, that even Elvis dropped by this spot when he was in town during the World's Fair in '62!\nHer caption which began saying, "#TheGitUpRemix is too much fun! Thanks for having me @BlancoBrown. 💃🏽" racked up over 424,000 views in less than an hour.\nThe caption continued, "Remix out now! A Town Love. I want to see you and your families jam out to over the Holiday. Aye 😎"\nOur question is, could this be another #gitupchallenge in the making?\nThe dance machine showed off her moves to the remixed version of the popular song which dropped on December 23. This time, it features her too.\nView this post on Instagram Remix out now! A Town Love. I want to see you and your families jam out to over the Holiday. Aye 😎 A post shared by Ciara (@ciara) on Dec 23, 2019 at 12:24pm PST\nThe track opens with her singing, "Let me see you two-step, then one, two-step/ Do the cowgirl boogie, both you hands like this/ Take it to the floor with a whole lotta drip/ Now show off your moves in your new outfit."\nWhile her energetic performance got several of her fans twerking and excited about getting the new single, Seattleites were proud of the representation.\n"Is that south park seattle? ❤️Represent!!" one Instagrammer wrote in a much-liked comment.\nView this post on Instagram #thegitupremix is out feat. @ciara #mixedbyrayseay #studioseay with #pluginalliance and #SonPur mastered @kennymixx #patchwerkmastering A post shared by Ray Seay (@ray_seay) on Dec 23, 2019 at 7:24am PST\nWhile several of them admired the western-themed park, some others had no idea this landmark even existed in the city.\n"It had that cowboy boots and hat? Wow, had no idea that existed! Thanks for letting me know!" wrote another Insta user.\nFor those of you who want to find it, the gigantic hat and pair of snazzy boots are located at Oxbow Park in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood.\nThere are stories everywhere! If you spot a celebrity in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Facebook and Instagram.