– Do you have any favorite traditions like for Christmas that
you do with your families or anything? – Yeah, I do. It’s a little offbeat. – Can’t wait, love.
– Well off center, but it’s a tradition in our family and I think it comes from their traditions that they brought to America from Peru. It’s a little crazy. – [Kelly] So Excited]
– What you do is you take a napkin and you tuck it behind
the person who’s playing, you tuck it in their
pants like a little tail, like a little tail. Then you light it on fire (crowd laughing) and you play a song and they have to shake their butt and put out the fire
before the song is over or else, well before
their pants catch on fire. (crowd laughing)
– Before it leaves a scar. – [Female Guest] Yeah. – What? (crowd laughing) How, wait, what is this? Is this a tradition? Are they running from, are you escaping a, like what’s? – It’s all in fun spirit. It’s all fun-spirited.
– [Kelly] Okay. – Yeah, it’s not menacing at all. But basically if you don’t know how to shake your butt you can’t play. – You know what? I’m in ’cause mama can
shake a tail feather, so I’m good. I’m in, wait, do you have any ones that might put you in the ER? – I mean, (crowd laughing) I’m Irish Catholic so like guilt I guess. (crowd laughing)
(clapping) – Oh my God.