people participating in a lip dub - Grandville High School
sets world record
GRANDVILLE, Mich., USA -- The video from Grandville
High School, the brainchild of audio-visual teacher Terry
Blevins, features more than 1,400 students lip-syncing
and performing to the same song - setting the new world record
for the Most
people participating in a lip dub (indoor).
Two cameras shot the video simultaneously, and
no cuts or edits were made. Seven Grandville High School students
-- Jake Blaukamp, Marcel Gossett, Matt Hoogerhyde, Sam Kiste,
Jeff Sawyer, Josh Stoneburner and Mike Terpstra -- were the
The project was planned and produced by
the Grandville High School AV students in Terry Blevins' class
as a Mise en Scene . The nine-minute video tells the story
of a couple that meet, think of meeting again and then finally
Over 1,400 students took part in an after-school
project on March 9 to set the lip
dub world record to music from Katy Perry, Michael Buble,
Billy Idol and others.
a lip dub ? It's a continuous video shot with people taking
turns lip syncing to music.
The previous Guinness world record for the largest
lip dub featured 600 people.