Clovis High School Senior Class Lip Sync To Bon Jovi And Katy Perry

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In a single take, seniors from Clovis High School take viewers on an 11-minute, unedited lip-syncing journey through campus grounds and the many facets of student life.

Nearly all 600 graduates participated in the choreographed routine, revealing some serious hidden musical talents among the school's diverse student body. Cheerleaders, gymnasts, football players, and bookworms took center stage, dancing, flailing, and mouthing lyrics to the harmonious classics: "Livin' on a Prayer," by Bon Jovi and Katy Perry's "Firework."

Chrissy Prandini, the school's activities director, told the LA Times:

"We thought it would be a great way to showcase the school spirit, unity and contributions of this senior class."


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