Shorewood responds to Shorecrest's challenge with a video of its own

Friday, December 18, 2009

Move over Shorecrest, it's Shorewood's turn to go viral with a video of its own on YouTube.

Set to Hall and Oates' "You Make My Dreams Come True," the Shorewood Video Production class, led by teacher Marty Ballew, filmed the video completely in reverse.

Watch the Shorewood High School video on YouTube

After Shorecrest's Video Production class created its now-famous "Hey Ya" lip-dub video in November, they challenged the T-Birds to outdo them.

Learn more about the making of the Shorewood video on the Seattle P-I's Big Blog

KING and KOMO TV filmed segments for their Friday evening newscasts as well.

"Hey Ya" has become hugely popular on YouTube. The class, taught by Trent Mitchell, filmed the lip-synched video to the popular Outkast song. It has received 60,000 views on YouTube since its debut.

Watch the original Shorecrest video here on YouTube.

KING-TV's Evening Magazine featured the video and interviews with students on Monday, November 16. The show also featured an interview with Shorecrest alum Rainn Wilson, who stars in the NBC comedy "The Office."

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