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Lucky Aces, Vancouver Dancing Duo, Nail It On Ellen

04/02/2015 05:47 EDT | Updated 04/06/2015 02:59 EDT

Two dancers from the Vancouver area are getting worldwide attention after killing not one, but two performances this week on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

The hip-hop pair known as Lucky Aces danced to "Turn Down For What," impressing the talk show host and live audience (watch above).

We need to catch our breath just watching them:

Right afterward, Andree Bonifacio (known as AC) and Reyond Lucky Ancheta explained their nicknames to Ellen in a literally breathless interview.

Ancheta said his parents called him Lucky because he survived a premature birth.

The pair also performed to "Trampoline," which "Ellen" didn't have time to air. It is, however, featured as a bonus performance on the show's YouTube channel.

The Lucky Aces have long been impressing the Vancouver-area dance scene. Working with a Richmond company called Fresh Group Productions, they've wowed local crowds including making the finals of a PNE (Pacific National Exhibition) talent competition in 2013.

The kids told Ellen that they'd love to eventually dance for singer Ariana Grande, who happens to be performing in Vancouver in April. In response, the host promptly gave the pair a set of VIP passes to the concert, and their reactions are priceless.

Watch a bonus performance by Lucky Aces on Ellen:

GIF Guide To Political Dance Moves

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