Lip Dub Video for the City of Aliso Viejo
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).
Hey DJ, thank you for sharing the video and information. BTW, the name of our church was Jubilee SouthCoast. The name has been changed to The Gathering (http://www.OCTheGathering.com). We are now in Laguna Niguel at the Regency Theaters on Greenfield (near the TGIF). Thanks again.
Chip of Chip & Kim
@Chip, thanks for stopping by and adding an update! Good to know the church’s location, hope to drop by for worship and maybe meet you in person too!