The hottest dance movie, Step Up Revolution, is out in theaters today. But before you head out to watch it, you've got to take a glimpse at this Step Up Revolution flash mob video. It's a global flash mob featuring 300 dancers from 25 countries performing four dances demonstrated by the stars and choreographers of the flick.
Watching this video got us thinking, what other awesome flash mobs have been done before? Watch the Step Up Revolution video, followed by 10 of the coolest flash mob viral videos we've ever seen:
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Times Square Don't Wanna Go Home
Tourists and commuters alike enjoyed an awesome show when dancers broke out to jam to Jason Derulo's "Don't Wanna Go Home."
Target Shoppers Rock Out
A day of shopping quickly turned around when dancers took the aisles to dance to Beyonce's "End of Time."
NYC Wedding Proposal
A bride-to-be got the surprise of her life when her fiance decided to use a flash mob playing Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel" to propose at NYC's Bryant Park.
Party Rockin' in Japan
U.S. Military service members surprised a crowd in Japan's American Villiage, Mihama, when they starting dancing to LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem."
Do Re Mi in Belgium
Belgian commuters were caught in the midst of a "Do Re Mi" flash mob.
Inmates Have a Little Fun
Phillipines inmates got to have a little fun while enjoying a flash mob featuring Michael Jackson's "They Don't Care About Us."
Ohio Students Won't Stop Believing
At Ohio State University, students and staff took over their union building to bust out dancing to Glee's version of Journey's "Don't Stop Believing."
Flash Mob Experiment
A NYC experiment whose 3,500 participants synchronized their MP3 players, transformed into one of the best flash mobs of all time.
Kenya Fundraising Inspires
The biggest flash mob in the Netherlands came together for a purpose - fundraising for Kenya - and danced to Shakira's "Africa."
Single Ladies Dance Off
At London's Piccadilly Circus, 100 girls showed some skin in a flash mob inspired by Beyonce's "Single Ladies" video.