83-Year-Old Blackbelt Grandma Teaches Sydney Sweeney And Kelly Karate Moves

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The Kelly Clarkson Show published this video item, entitled “83-Year-Old Blackbelt Grandma Teaches Sydney Sweeney And Kelly Karate Moves” – below is their description.

83-year-old grandma Carole first picked up karate 15 years ago when she joined her 11-year-old granddaughter’s class on a whim. She has since been honored by martial arts legend Chuck Norris, and earned a fifth-degree black belt. Carole speaks about the importance of trying new things later in life, and even teaches Sydney Sweeney and Kelly some karate moves!

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