Fire departments across the country are joining in on the fun after a lip sync challenge between public safety agencies went viral in recent weeks.
Firehouse.com has compiled a few of our favorites for our readers to enjoy just in time for the weekend.
Sound off in the comments on our Facebook page to let us know your top picks. And stay safe out there, everyone!
Try not to fall on the floor laughing as a group of firefighters in Mustang, OK, recreate the video for Extreme’s 90s ballad “More Than Words.”
Firefighters in Burleson, TX, teamed up with some fun-loving locals to give us their version of the Pharell Williams smash “Happy.”
Firefighters from Del Rio, TX, offer up their version of Journey’s “Separate Ways” complete with a sublime impression of lead singer Steve Perry.
Fans of the film Titanic should love the Stafford, TX, Fire Department and Fort Bend County EMS treating us to Celine Dion’s hit “My Heart Will Go On.”
This Edmond, OK, firefighter doesn’t exactly nail the lip sync part of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball,” but his use of props and his fully committed performance are worthy of high praise
Amid the sweltering conditions they’re facing this summer, Gilbert, AZ, firefighters and police take you through their daily workout routine with a very appropriate performance of Buster Poindexter’s “Hot, Hot, Hot.”
Another entry out of Texas shows Richland Hills firefighters performing Maroon 5’s “Sugar.” When posting their video, the firefighters hysterically added this line: “We are just firefighters and not that musically talented.”
Last up is an elaborately coordinated video credited to the Norfolk, VA, Police Department, but it also features the city’s firefighters as they nail the Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars hit “Uptown Funk.”