By Samantha Grossman
September 15, 2014

A casual one hundred million people have watched Taylor Swift’s music video for her newest single “Shake It Off” since it debuted last month. The infuriately catchy song has been in everybody’s head — including, we now know, a group of fraternity brothers at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky.

The Delta Sigma Phi brothers performed a spirited and well-choreographed lip dub video that shows them ducking in and out of their fraternity’s houses many rooms. They dance, they sing, they play instruments and give off a vibe that very much suggests forget the haters. A link in the YouTube description also encourages viewers to donate to a fundraising campaign for a Transylvania alum suffering from lymphoma.

The video is so good that T-Swift herself caught wind of it and promised to invite the bros to one of her shows:

Although if Taylor had been a hater and said mean things about the video, we’re sure these dudes would have taken her advice and shaken it off.

 

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