An Irish dance company surprised shoppers near JCPenney on Saturday.
A group of Irish step dancers surprised patrons of the Westfield Annapolis Mall with a flash mob dance to Psy's "Gangnam Style" on Saturday. The Columbia-based Teelin Irish Dance Company overtook the space in front of JCPenney's with about 40 dancers who combined traditional Irish step moves with the Korean pop star's now famous horse-riding move. "Gangnam Style" has inspired dozens of spoof videos from across the globe, including one by the U.S. Naval Academy for its annual spirit video. On Friday, Psy's original music video became the first video on YouTube to exceed 1 billion views, according to the Los Angeles Times.
In what could be the funniest iteration of the Army Navy rivalry, West Point cadets have created their own "Gangnam Style" remake video.
West Point cadets responded to the viral Naval Academy "Gangnam Style" remake video by creating one of their own. The video, which was published on Wednesday, already has more than half a million views on YouTube. But the U.S. Military Academy still has a way to go if they want to catch up to the midshipmen from the Naval Academy's 22nd Company, who first created their own remake of the popular South Korean Pop song in September. The Navy video has more than 5 million views. The original “Gangnam Style” by Psy, has more than 200 million views on YouTube, and it has sparked a number of American spoofs—including one by Britney Spears and the University of Maryland. Still haven't seen the Naval Academy's video? View it by clicking here. Who …