AN Irish pensioner has pulled of a dazzling Taylor Swift routine that would give the US pop star a run for her money.
Margaret Gregory, 72, took the lead part in a brilliant video created at a New Zealand retirement home.
Proving you're never too old to have fun, 50 residents, staff and grandchildren at the Julia Wallace Retirement Village in Palmerston North spent a week making the hilarious tribute video to the tune of Swift's popular song Shake it Off.
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With an average ago of 82 and a combined age of more than 4,000 years, the retirees got full into the pop spirit for the lip sync music video.
"It was filmed by our own in-house Ryman creative production team and the actual filming took five days with the cast being available almost all day," said Ryman Healthcare spokesperson Margot Boock.
"Some of the costumes including the ballet tutus were made by a resident of the village May Carter, who is also in her 80s."
The Taylor Swift video is not the first venture for some of the retirment home's spritely residents.
Last year they made a Calendar Girls calendar with all proceed going to the Red Cross charity.
Star of the show Margaret, now dubbed Tay Tay, is descended from the Hill family who came to New Zealand from Co. Antrim.
"My husband Gerald and I plan to go and visit Co. Antrim next year where I hope to find out more about my Hill family history," she said.
Margaret’s great-grand-parents emigrated to New Zealand on the William Bryan, which brought the very first settlers to New Plymouth in March 1841.
There is an area in New Plymouth named Hillsborough after the Irish family.
Margaret’s grandfather was born in India during the journey and she has inherited some items that were brought with them on that trip.