Watch Three Costumed Men Lip-Synch to Pop Hits in a Car
Because men can never let women have anything without trying to one-up them, a group of three guys decided to do their own, male-centric version of that Mime Through the Years video.
The video features three grown men sitting in a car and acting out a bunch of pop hits through the years. They change costume with each song, lip-synch as best they can and really get into it. According to their YouTube page, the trio is called Goat Chatter and the video is a direct nod to the SheSketch video. They captioned the video with, "Guys guide to car travel through the eras of music. Fasten your suspenders and hold on to your bow tie as Chris, Micheal and Ali complement the original Mime Through Time by SketchSHE."
Starting off with Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti," the guys are decked out in full '50s attire, complete with matching white button-down shirts, black bow ties and suspenders. Then they switch over to "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" by the Four Seasons, though their ensembles are noticeably lazy -- throw on a blazer or something! But that's all right, because next up is "I Was Made for Lovin' You" by KISS, and we have to admit we're impressed by their dedication to the extreme hair and makeup that is KISS' signature look. Nice.
The guys go on to lip-synch to songs from the Village People, Los del Rio (aka "Macarena"), Phil Collins, Blur, Celine Dion, Eiffel 65, 50 Cent, Bruno Mars, One Direction, and Psy. We truly appreciate their full immersion into so many of these looks, but none is greater than the grand finale, where the guys finish with a performance dressed as Maddie Ziegler ala Sia's "Chandelier" video.
You can check out the full video above.