Taylor Swift Responds To Fraternity's 'Shake It Off' Parody Video

Funny videos reap big rewards (concert tickets!)

Taylor Swift has responded to a 'Shake It Off' parody video created by a fraternity.

The Delta Sigma Phi Beta Mu boys at Transylvania University created the humorous lip-dub parody video, and uploaded it to YouTube last week (September 6).



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Swift shared the video on her Twitter account on Friday (September 14) and told them that they had "nailed it", while inviting the group to attend one of her shows during her next tour.

While Swift's original video shows her trying to master different dance styles, the fraternity's cover features them lip-syncing to the track while energetically moving up and down the dorm corridor.

'Shake It Off' is the first single from Swift's upcoming album 1989, which is due for release on October 27.

The single gave the pop star her second US number one hit, following 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together'.

Watch Swift's original video for 'Shake It Off' below:

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Via Digital Spy

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