Taylor Swift Shares Video Of High School Students Lip-Dubbing “Shake It Off”
Taylor Swift shared a video on Tuesday of New Jersey’s Cinnaminson High School students lip-dubbing “Shake It Off.” “I LOVE YOU CINNAMINSON HIGH SCHOOL,” tweeted Swift, along with a link to the students’ YouTube video.
In the beginning of the five-minute video, a group of girls reveal it took “months of hard work” to put the entire thing together. Two girls then mouth the words to the song as they dance inside a classroom, before making their way to a hallway where it seems like the entire school is waiting with festive signs that read “Yolo,” “Smile” and “It’s going to be alright.”
The video also shows the students dancing and lip-dubbing outside the school, where they toss glitter and colorful paint on a male dancer. Eventually, two different girls, who are dancing outside the school, make their way back inside the hallways before everyone ends up on the lawn of the school holding up signs and cheering.
The fun video was put together by Cinnaminson High School Advanced TV Production, and is the second lip-dub video they’ve made. Last week, the school shared a video of the students dancing and mouthing the words to “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. Check out the video below of Cinnaminson High School students lip-dubbing to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off,” and tell us what you think.