I live in Aliso Viejo, California, and there’s over 48,000 residents here. A big community event happened on Sunday, August 18th, where more than 1,300 people participated for a city promo video called The City of Aliso Viejo’s Lip Dub ::
The potentially-viral video was produced by PeopleStar FilmWorks, a new production company founded by Chip and Kim McAllister, winners of The Amazing Race 5 (circa 2004). When the McAllisters were presented with the million-dollar prize on CBS, the McAllister’s gratefully mentioned they were tithing those winnings to a church called Jubilee SouthCoast in San Juan Capistrano! [church is now named The Gathering meeting in Laguna Niguel]
Some other community lip dub videos have gotten lots of views, like Grand Rapids, Michigan (5+ million), University of British Columbia in Vancouver (1.8+ million), Shorewood High School in Shoreline, WA (2+ million), University of Vic (2+ million) …
According to wikipedia, lip dub is”a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video”; the world record holder for most participants (with 9300 participants) in the lip dub of Lindsay, Ontario (60k views).