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Anna Kendrick's Cups Sets A World Record! See 1,500 People Perform The Hit Song HERE!

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Imagine seeing 1,500 people breaking a world record by performing the hit song Cups in one room!

Are you trying to imagine it?

Well, now you don't have to anymore because it actually happened!!

The catchy melody from Pitch Perfect started with Anna Kendrick and now it has thousands upon thousands of people performing it!

And how could you not learn it?! It's as easy as clap-clap-tap-tap-tap!

LOLz!

The Collége Saint-Bernard in Drummondville, Quebec gathered students from all ages to perform Cups together in a variety of impressive ways!

Ch-ch-check out the performance that would be awfully hard to beat out of the world record title (below)!

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3 comments to “Anna Kendrick's Cups Sets A World Record! See 1,500 People Perform The Hit Song HERE!”

  1. fsdsssaa says – reply to this


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    What a stupid video. A school should not be wasting so much time on this! Lets educate our kids not use them to get on the internet.

  2. ANgelami0814 says – reply to this


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    I dont think this video is stupid at all. for a few minutes all those kids were getting along doing something constructive and unifying. It was actually a little emotional given all the horrible things happening in our kids schools today.

  3. Claudine says – reply to this


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    What a wonderful presentation!! Congratulations to each of those children and staff who worked to put this presentation together. No doubt it took a lot of time and coordination to achieve. Education / school work is important but equally important is learning to collaborate as a team and be a part of something bigger than the individual! I was moved and emotionally uplifted by this production…Bravo !!!