This is the DAMNDEST impromptu choir you’ll EVER see.
Truly, moments like THIS are what the internet was invented for.
In London’s Hyde Park, 65,000 fans gathered for an outdoor concert. (It was Green Day.)
While everything was getting set up, music was playing over the speakers.
Bohemian Rhapsody came on, and you can guess what happened next.
It’s just one of those songs that you can’t help but sing along to.
65,000 people all singing together.
It was irresistible. Everybody joined in.
It was amazing — everybody sang it properly, and at the same time.
It was like the world’s biggest choir!
Honestly, I don’t know how the actual band could have followed a performance like that without feeling completely upstaged.
Even the guitar solo was hummed! Perfectly!
Make sure you catch the operatic part… you’d think a group that big would mess it up.
But they didn’t. They NAILED it.
This was all just spur of the moment.
We’ll see you your ‘flash-mob’, and raise you a 65,000 member impromptu choir.