Check out another really intense, best ever, amateur and most hilarious Lip Sync Boy Band video ever made.
These guys dance moves and facial expressions are priceless. Talking about feelin' and getting into it. They are really in the groove.
Their A Public Affair performance is priceless. Is it any wonder that it's presently received over 7.8 million views on YouTube.
Since rising to fame in 2005, these two graduates of Guangzhou Arts Institute have become well-known celebrities in China.
Their lip sync video, That Way by Back Street Boys have received over 1.1 million views on YouTube alone.
Using a low-resolution web cam in their college dorm room, Wei Wei (韋煒) and Huang Yixin (黃藝馨) recorded themselves lip dubbing to Back Street Boy’s I Want It That Way in January 2005.
The video was initially uploaded and shared within the local network on campus, but quickly spread across the Chinese web and beyond as it was an instant hit among the students.
So which did you prefer, That Way or A Public Affair?
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