Before the start of the 2012 London Games, the U.S. swimming team made its own viral video before making the trip across the pond with a lip-synched performance to Carly Rae Jepson's 'Call Me Maybe'.
But now the Games are all wrapped up and Team Great Britain has been on a high since the host country nabbed the third-most gold medals of any country. To celebrate, Great Britain's Olympians came out with a video of their own, channeling their inner Freddie Mercury and lip-syncing to Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."
Opening with a six-time gold medalist, cyclist Sir Chris Hoy stands before a waving Union Jack under the "direction" of team GB's top cheerleader, David Beckham. What follows is three minutes of cameos from Jessica Ennis, Victoria Pendleton, and an assortment of other UK athletes.
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This isn't Beckham's first appearance in a viral video this summer for Team GB. A few days before the Opening Ceremony, Becks shocked British fans by surprising them in a photo booth for Adidas. The international soccer star still seemed to collect plenty of camera time despite losing out on a spot for the national soccer squad earlier this summer.