T-Mobile Dancers Stop Traffic In London Train Station

Who says Brits are straight laced? At 11 a.m. on January 15, 2009, hundreds of T-Mobile dancers who had trained for eight weeks showed up at London’s Liverpool Street train station and unexpectedly broke out into dance. The event was organized by T-Mobile as part of its “Life’s For Sharing” campaign. And if the number of people who filmed the event on their cell phones, texted, and called others as it was happening is any indication, it certainly was an event that was shared. Frankly I think T-Mobile is on to something. Through music, we can change the world. Take a look at the video:

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