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Irish priests perform Don’t Stop Believing in lip sync battle

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Irish priests perform Don’t Stop Believing in lip sync battle

Two Irish priests took part in a lip sync battle for a local fundraising event and well… it is probably the most entertaining thing you will see today.

Fathers Kevin Fay and Kevin O’Donoughue, from Co Cavan, took to the stage to lip sync the classic rock song Don’t Stop Believing.

Irish priests perform Don't Stop Believing in lip sync battle

It was part of a fundraising campaign for Bailieboro GFC’s new €80,000 astro pitch.

Both priests admit they have a love for 80s glam rock, and they certainly weren’t shy about strutting their stuff on the stage.

The two even got into a bit of argy bargy towards the end of the performance as they fought for the mic.

The video was recorded by Lip Sync Battles Ireland, who have plans to record up to 50 more battles over the coming months.

Lip Syncing has become a major form of entertainment in recent years, with Hollywood stars dressing up like their musical heroes and performing classic hits on TV.

There have also been countless amateur lip syncers who have uploaded their own videos online.

Take a look at Fathers Fay and O’Donoughue in action below.


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