Norway’s all-star singalong lip-sync of “Let it Be” defies description (especially with its descriptions)!

This is today's video of the day, although, really if you were to describe 2010 to people of another era, this cover of the Beatles classic "Let it Be" might just do the trick.

It promotes the Norwegian entertainment program, Golden Times (Gylne Tider). We open on the beach with Roger Moore, our James Bond of the 1980s, in his own voice. From there, play these fun games: Who is singing and who is lip-syncing? Who has the best subtitle description identifying himself or herself? Who really doesn't belong here? There are athletes, actors, singers, non-singers and more. Too many crazy ideas of contemporary celebrity, all gathered in one place. I don't want to list the full cast, because part of the fun is seeing who showed up for this thing.

Oh, hello, Kathleen Turner. Roll it!


 

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