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Angelina Jolie reveals her daughter attends Spelman College – and celebrates with the electric slide

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Angelina Jolie is so excited her daughter Zahara is going to college she can’t keep still.

On Sunday, the Oscar winner shared a photo on Instagram of 17-year-old Zahara, who was born in Ethiopia, with other young women as she revealed her daughter will attend Spelman College this year.

“Zahara with her Spelman sisters!” she captioned the photo in which Zahara was surrounded by future classmates. “Congratulations to all the new students starting this year. A very special place and honor to have a family member as the new Spelman girl.”

Spelman is a women’s Liberal Arts HBCU based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jolie, meanwhile, seems excited about her daughter’s choice of college. A video on Tiktok caught her doing the electric slide in Los Angeles with graduates from Spelman and Morehouse College, another HBCU in Atlanta.

Jolie can be seen trying to keep up and laughing before getting a high-five from one of the men in attendance.

Dancing has its place in the Jolie house. In June, daughter Shiloh, 16, appeared in a video Led by a group of dancers show their moves to Doja Cat’s “Vegas”.

In addition to Zahara and Shiloh, Jolie shares Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 14, with ex-husband Brad Pitt.

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