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Watch: Drakensberg Boys Choir Sing and Dance with Sharks Players



It’s been a rough week of world and local news, and this Drakensberg Boys Choir video is sure to put a smile on your face.

Assisted by the Sharks rugby club, the choir shared a video on their Youtube Channel of the guys sneaking into the club’s locker rooms at Kings Park Stadium in Durban.

It shows the boys marveling at the rugby players’ names on their personalized changing rooms. The boys’ choir also had time to play touch rugby in the changing rooms, then pause to stare at Aphelele Fassi’s jersey.

They quickly take a photo, but the player eventually catches them in action.

In the next shot, the Drakensberg Choir is at Kings Park Stadium doing their own rendition of the popular Maori ceremonial dance of the Haka for the Sharks players.

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The choir starts singing and dancing to their cover of follow you by Imagine Dragons. The rugby players making their appearance include Siya Kolisi, Sharks captain Lukhanyo Am, Bongani Mbonambi and Makazole Mapimpi.

Cheerfully, the Sharks players and choir do a joint dance choreography as the players hilariously struggle to keep up.

Watch: Drakensberg Boys Choir Sing and Dance with Sharks Players

the sharks said the collaboration came about after they watched the choir’s original video cover Follow you, which has more than 68,000 views on YouTube, and the intent of the video was to bring sports and art together.

The rugby club shared Behind the scenes about how the video came about. It shows how the guys met most of the players and how the Sharks players were initially afraid of the dance element. But since they were good sports, they learned the dance steps and played in front of the camera.

The Drakensberg Boys Choir received a salute from the Sharks players at the end for their outstanding performance.

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