T-Mobile Extreme Karaoke


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In this ad, 13,500 people sing Hey Jude together in Trafalgar Square in London on April 30th. Participants talk about the experience in a related video. -via Viral Video Chart

Previously at Neatorama: The T-Mobile Dance

I generally despise the spelling and grammar nazi attitude, but karioke is just about the most interesting way I have seen it spelled wrong.

But whatever, what I want to know is why these T-Mobile things are such a big hit. I am still trying to figure out if they are annoying or if I am indifferent. I know that it falls somewhere between the two for me.
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This made me happier than a bird with a french fry. Thanks for that. One of my fondest memories is singing Hey Jude karaoke at a mall in the Philippines, and the karaoke dj deciding to put it on the loudspeakers, and everyone joining in with me once the "na na na na-na-na-na" part came in.
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Why are we afraid of each other when this can happen.

Why can't we have this in every city at Noon (12:00)?

I would bet my Soul that War would be a demise of itself.

Too bad that it was sponsored by T-Mobile and not a 'grass root' movement...

Still, Humanity has potential!
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look at all those infidels!

but seriously, pretty cool. one of those videos that makes you feel like we could all live happily together even if for just a moment.
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