It seems as though parodies and and lip-dubs of famous songs come and go, but the real special ones have legs and grow into something amazing.
Last year, the brothers of the Delta Sigma Phi-Beta Mu fraternity at Transylvania University posted a lip-dub video of them signing Taylor Swift's smash hit, "Shake It Off" and drew the attention of T.Swift herself.
The video garnered millions of views and also got the frat brothers tickets to Taylor Swift's "1989: World Tour" concert! Barton Lynch of the fraternity told WKYT news that they all got tickets.
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Instead of taking their friends or girlfriends, they decided to do something even better with the tickets: donate them. The fraternity gave all 37 tickets to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass.
This apparently wouldn't be the first time the students wanted to give back. When the video first went viral, the students used it as a way to raise money for leukemia.
Talk about A+ students!
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