Buckingham Palace Flash Mob Celebrates Royal Wedding
Tourists outside of Buckingham Palace were treated to a little flash mob action on Monday while they were waiting for the Changing of the Guard: a flash mob.
More than 100 flash dancers broke out into a thunderous performance to Queen's "We Will Rock You" to celebrate the royal wedding, according to the Associated Press.
The mob was actually organized by the palace to mark a reception honoring young people in the performing arts.
The dancers were mainly students from the University of East London. One student told the Telegraph that the dance was picked to have a Romeo & Juliet theme to "celebrate Kate and William and their love."
Suzanne Kootes, a tourist from Toronto, told the AP that the routine "made her want to join in."
An Italian tourist told the Telegraph that he "thought it would be the Queen or Kate and William arriving but this was very surprising. The different ways of dancing were unexpected. The music was cool, it really got you moving. We were just sitting taking photos and then it was there with all the clapping."
WATCH a video of the mob below: