This Lip Dub at Seattle Children's Hospital Will Make You Cry

Neetzan Zimmerman · 05/09/12 12:32PM

Patients and staff members on the Hematology Oncology floor of Seattle Children's Hospital came together earlier this month to lip-sync to Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger" for a dust-kickingly uplifting lip dub organized by 22-year-old North American Hockey League player and Children's cancer patient Chris Rumble.

Here's the World's First Senior Citizen Lip Dub Video

Matt Cherette · 07/13/11 03:31AM

Back in May, the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan got back at Newsweek for putting it on a list of "dying cities" with a giant, single-take lip dub video. Now the fine old folks at Clark Retirement Community in East Grand Rapids—in conjunction with Grand Valley State University—have just released a new single-take lip dub, set this time to Michael Bublé's "Feeling Good." After watching it, we bet you'll feel good, too.

'Dying' Michigan City to Newsweek: Drop Dead

Matt Cherette · 05/26/11 11:29PM

Back in January, Newsweek placed Grand Rapids, Michigan on a list of America's "Dying Cities." Naturally, many Grand Rapids natives (like yours truly!) were outraged by the grievous attack on the office furniture capital of the world. (It's true.)

Watch the First Ever World of Warcraft Lip Dub

Bryan Ridgell · 12/02/10 07:06PM

There is seemingly no limit to the World of Warcraft. The most recent video to come out of Azeroth is a lip dub of Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire" watch the players scramble to become internet-famous.

Watch the Cold Open of The Office's Season Premiere

Matt Cherette · 09/22/10 12:03PM

Hey, remember the lip-dub, that Internet meme that nobody really remembers anymore? Well, the cast of The Office remembers! And they've decided to bring it back in a big way, with a lip-dub to open their seventh season. Watch inside.

Record Label Declares War on Twee Lip Syncing Bloggers

Maureen O'Connor · 12/17/09 01:56AM

Big Music is harshing hip, tech-savvy narcissists' mellows: Record label EMI is suing Vimeo for encouraging lip dubs, wherein flipcam-possessing twenty-somethings make video of themselves dancing around and lip-syncing to their iPods.