Lip dubs, time-lapse videos, and photo-a-day challenges: The Internet is lousy with them. But a photo-a-day time-lapse lip-dub video? Just one.
It's a simple comedic premise: Have a child lip-dub to a recording of an adult, then wait for hilarity to ensue.
For two minutes and twenty-seven seconds, showman Jimmy Slonina transforms into the living embodiment of Screamin' Jay Hawkins' cannibalistic masterpiece "I Put a Spell on You," contorting his face and refusing to blink as the shock rock pioneer bellows through him like a vengeful spirit occupying the vocal folds of a mad medium.
Patients and staff members on the Hematology Oncology floor of Seattle Children's Hospital came together earlier this month to lip-sync to Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger" for a dust-kickingly uplifting lip dub organized by 22-year-old North American Hockey League player and Children's cancer patient Chris Rumble.
Back in May, the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan got back at Newsweek for putting it on a list of "dying cities" with a giant, single-take lip dub video. Now the fine old folks at Clark Retirement Community in East Grand Rapids—in conjunction with Grand Valley State University—have just released a new single-take lip dub, set this time to Michael Bublé's "Feeling Good." After watching it, we bet you'll feel good, too.
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There is seemingly no limit to the World of Warcraft. The most recent video to come out of Azeroth is a lip dub of Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire" watch the players scramble to become internet-famous.