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A Complete List Of Every Bizarre Moment In This Utterly Baffling Video Of Celebrities Singing "Let It Be" On A Green Screened Beach In Norway
By the time Glenn Close appears in the video, I'm fairly convinced that it's actually a hostage situation. It's the only reasonable explanation.by Alice Lahoda
In 2010, Norwegian TV show Gylne Tider aired a low-quality music video starring a baffling assortment of celebs lip syncing the Beatles song "Let It Be" on a beach at sunset.
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Sure, celebrity-laden charity music videos are so ubiquitous that 30 Rock satirized the genre with a video of its own. But this video wasn't made for any good cause — unless you consider bringing joy to the internet a worthy cause.
The video was so bizarre that it immediately went viral. And now, whenever a video like Gal Gadot's star-studded "Imagine" cover blows up, someone inevitably tweets about the "Let It Be" video.The Night Stalker @kolchak
This may be the greatest thing I've ever seen. It blows Gal Godot's "Imagine" out of the water, and I CANNOT BELIEVE no one has ever told me about it before. https://t.co/NPJNLzJBjG
09:35 PM - 21 Feb 2022Reply Retweet Favorite
Gylne Tider's "Let It Be" video walked so Gal Gadot's "Imagine" video could run.
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