Residents of a senior community are inspired by a pole dancer

Residents of a senior community are inspired by a pole dancer

Keep your dollars. These elders shake their cash for free. A video of a professional pole dancer dancing at a senior facility has had roughly 14 million views on TikTok since last week. Embla Bergli, a dancer and aerialist from Olso, Norway, was recently recruited for a holiday party that required “spectacular entertainment,” she told The Post.

Bergli, 27, was hired to perform for a local mental health advocacy organization, but her audience quickly became the genuine stars of the event, taking turns at the pole. To witness their reactions, the fit blonde Bergli told The Post. We had so much fun watching them try out the pole. I remained there for nearly an hour after my act, chatting with them, teaching them techniques – and signing autographs! “Awesome.”

A good night is when you finish up writing signatures,” Bergli said in her TikTok montage, which featured her signing autographs for new followers.

“If this ain’t my nursing home when I’m older, I don’t want it,” one admirer quipped.

Jenny McCarthy, another stunning blonde star, termed the video “Epic.”

Bergli, who just abandoned her job as a tech economist to “focus 100%” on pole and aerial work, told The Post she would “love” to return.

“I believe it’s fantastic for performers to explore various sorts of stadiums to show off their art,” she added.