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Emerson dancers flash-mob a food court

Jenna Johnson

It was just another average lunch hour in the food court of a Boston shopping center on Friday afternoon.

That is, until Gwen Stefani's "Wind It Up" began to blare. Suddenly people were jumping up from tables to perform a carefully choreographed dance.


The mobbers were Emerson College students promoting an upcoming professional production of "Fraulein Maria," which starts the last week of September, according to a Boston Globe blog post. You can read more about the flash-mob on the university's web site.

(Special thanks to @carole411 for sending me a link on Twitter.)

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By Jenna Johnson  |  September 13, 2010; 2:18 PM ET
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Great! If you would like a giggle this is a very funny Flash Mob I saw in London, just watch the tourists' faces!

Posted by: Mini3 | September 13, 2010 3:02 PM | Report abuse

Excellent! I love seeing college kids are up to positive mischief that was really cool. Good job guys!

Posted by: HowardCtyMom | September 15, 2010 8:12 AM | Report abuse

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