T-Mobile Royal Wedding Spoof Gets Infectious On YouTube

Video sharing site YouTube which initially set up in 2005 is proving as popular as ever. The site which gives its users the opportunity to upload, share and then view video content is providing a way for individuals to either show off a hidden talent(s), market a brand, users can watch a re-run of a favorite TV clip or music video from way back when and so on. Over the weekend, the site has been inundated with a new viral video from T-Mobile which has already attracted some 3.1 million views.

T-Mobile Royal Wedding Spoof Gets Infectious On YouTube

For those of you who don’t know what we are talking about, then its a video spoof of the soon to be Royal Wedding showing Royal family lookalikes dancing down the isle of what would be Westminster Abbey. As you can see from the video clip below courtesy of TNTmagazine.com, based around the hugely popular “JK Wedding Entrance Dance,” the family walk through the doors when they start jiggling to the sound of British group East 17 and their “House of Love” track.

Lookalikes include of course Prince Wills and Kate Middleton, The Queen, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and so on.

Check out the video clip below and give us your thoughts? Tell us how you will be celebrating the Royal Wedding, are you staying at home to watch it or braving the crowds of London, or even throwing a street party? Let us know.

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    great!! love it………..just what those stiffs need