BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A local teacher is celebrating her latest gaming world record with a special message from pop singer Gigi Rowe.
Carrie Swidecki recently danced her way into the tenth anniversary of the Guinness World Record's gamers book, by dancing 138 hours straight to "just dance."
The second-grade teacher says Gigi Rowe contacted her when she learned of Swidecki's accomplishment.
"She reached out to me on a day when the new Guinness World Records book came out to congratulate me cause she loves what I do with the schools and my charity work, I was just blown away by that," said Swidecki.
On Thursday, Swidecki and some of her students made a 'thank you' video, dancing to Rowe's song "Run the Night" which will be featured in "Just Dance 2017."
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