Can't stop, won't stop grooving! The brothers of Transylvania University's Delta Sigma Phi fraternity just lip-synced their way onto Taylor Swift's Twitter feed. After a video of the Kentucky-based college students dancing and mouthing the lyrics to the pop superstar's No. 1 hit single "Shake It Off" went viral this week, Swift took to social media to praise the frat's performance — and to offer a little reward for their creativity.
I'm personally inviting all of these guys (and a date!) to a show on tour next year, it's on me. Nailed it, bros! http://t.co/PuBjqkf27n— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) September 12, 2014
The video, posted Saturday, Sept. 6, features the brothers fake-singing along to Swift's super-catchy single while strutting up and down the hallways of their dorm. There are also groups of guys showing off their sweet moves in the adjoining rooms.
According to local news affiliate Lex18, the lip dub took around two hours to create, including rehearsals. "It's kind of crazy how much it has blown up so far," Delta Sigma Phi brother Skyler Slone, a theater major, told a reporter. Added brother Barton Lynch: "We just did it for fun and now here we are."
Since its posting less than a week ago, the video has been viewed more than 379,000 times — a number that's sure to grow now that Swift has tweeted it out to her 43.7 million followers.
Think they'll have a problem getting dates for the concert?