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RE: University of Illinois Chicago cheerleaders and sports teams do a Gangnam Style video

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Published on Sep 21, 2012

(my response) It may open with a shot of scantily clad cheerleaders, but a college athletics department's recent parody of internet pop sensation, Gangnam Style, proves you don't need costumes or raunchy moves to get truly 'Gangnam'.


An enormous cast of University of Illinois Chicago soccer players, swimmers, gymnasts and other sports team members, are just the latest dance enthusiasts to join in the craze that is sweeping the nation after the South Korean techno hit went viral.


And it's not just the students who have taken part in the UIC video - coaches and teachers also appear with their young counterparts convincingly imitating the now famous horse riding dance move.




Gangnam Style, the original version, has been viewed on YouTube by a staggering 230million people since it was released in July and no one is more surprised by its success than its creator, Psy.

The 34-year-old - whose real name is Park Jae-Sang - explained: 'The YouTube video never targeted foreign countries. It was for local fans.


'My goal in this music video was to look uncool until the end. I achieved it.'


In the bizarre and infectious video, he prances like a horse and wildly gestures while posing in a sauna, a stable and even on the toilet - scenes that have captured the imagination and humour of his western audience.


This is my response to video of University cheerleaders and athletes who were doing a gangnam style dance in a funny parody video

Note: This is a response video. I very clearly indicated in the title that this is my response to the topic. I am following all the rules in the YouTube community guidelines. Response videos are allowed on YouTube. No copyright material was used in this video

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