Thousands of Texas students banded together to frolic through the halls of their high school singing and dancing in a mash-up to some Motown favorites - and adding in a Gangnam Style jig for good measure - in a lip dub that is exploding on YouTube to support their classmate with cancer.
The student body of Martin High School in Arlington, Texas staged the scene that could rival High School Musical to show their solidarity with 16-year-old Taylor Helland, who is undergoing chemotherapy for a severe form of colon cancer.
With the lip syncing music video now uploaded to the video sharing website, her friends and family hope to raise money for MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
Inspired by Helland, her classmates decided to gather together to film a slick, upbeat production of the high school student body lip syncing to 'September' by Earth, Wind & Fire, 'ABC' by The Jackson 5 and 'I'm Walking on Sunshine' by Katrina And The Waves.
The school's rival, Arlington High School, even put aside their differences and appeared in the production to show support for Helland, who plays the oboe (and saxophone while marching) in her school's band.
The spirited movie was filmed on November 19 - with 3,321 students and 285 faculty members and staff appearing in the clip - and it was uploaded to the video sharing website just hours later.
The school production has garnered attention across the nation, with its professional production value and inspiring message.
It has amassed over 42,000 views so far and the Helland family hopes that number continues to increase.
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