Three Girls Mime Popular Songs Through The Ages From Their Car And Basically Need To Form A Girl Band Yesterday — VIDEO
Last year, the world was treated to a heart-stopping lip syncing battle between Emma Stone and Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, and I've just generally regarded her as the bossest lip sync-er of all time since then. Well, it was a good run, but it's time for her to give up her throne to the three girls who mimed all the most popular songs of the last few decades in their car. These ladies from SketchSHE don't just lip sync: Shae-Lee, Lana, and Madison commit so hard to this bit that they don costumes, wigs, and some pretty sick body art. They bust every move that ever existed from the 1940s to today, turning the confines of the car their own dance floor. We already love them from their cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody" but, if possible, we love them even more now.
Recently someone posted the evolution of women's fitness through the ages, so if you did watch that, just imagine multiplying the cool factor of that one woman by three. If you're not bopping right along with this Australian trio by the end of the video then I don't even know who you are. (Statistically, the odds were I didn't anyway, but NOW I NEVER WILL.)
I don't want to give too much of it away because you all deserve to fangirl the way that I just did watching the video, but here are some moves you can look forward to when you do:
"Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" by the Andrews Sisters (1941)
The song was a big hit during WWII.
"Hound Dog" by Elvis Presley (1965)
The song was actually around a full three years before Presley's iconic recording made it famous.
"We Will Rock You" by Queen (1977)
Warning: Flashbacks to all high school sporting events will occur.
"... Baby, One More Time" by Britney Spears (1999)
Can we talk about how it's been sixteen years since this came out? God we're old.
"Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye (2011)
Is this song old enough yet that it can come full circle without us groaning that we heard it on the radio 2.6 bajillion times already? No? Well, maybe next year.
Here's the full video, which you need to watch all the way through not just to enhance your musical education, but to reach its hilarious conclusion:
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