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22 April 2009

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Daqwan

I loooove this song. I wish I was up there dancing with those girls.

Nvncyble

SO, if I like this song then I would love this! I were not tired of this song I would think this great! Merely a great dance routine is what I see here to a song over played and too adores...oh well such is life!

FREELEO

LOL...I LOVE IT!

shhhh! The Beyonce haters will have a field day with this.


FQ

>>>Merely a great dance routine s what I see here to a song over played.

That's what we're looking at darlin'. The story is 100 women burst into song and dance during rush hour in London.

I'm no Beyonce fan and I'm kinda tired of the song but fierce is as fierce does. The girls stopped traffic, give them their props.

isis

I LOVE BEY!! That was Cute! I should have been in that!

Face and Waist

Those British gals are clowning. This was offthehook.

oh and thanks rod! this made my day

Sasha Not So Fierce

I guess ...

ReggieH

This was fantastic. How will The Children on this side of the Atlantic top it?

G.

What's wrong, "Sasha"? Cat got your tongue?

Just say it's a "fabulous" dance routine worthy of Beyonce herself! :)

Rowan

Blah...

Milan

I am the farthest thing from a Bey stan. That being said, these girls are EATING IT ALIVE. Werk girls, werk!

Tre

oh noes...
rod falling victim to beyonce's trickery?

Otis

That was cute! Wonder if they were all real ladies...hmmm.

QH

Well, the apocaplypse can't be far off now. It truly is the END days.-QH

ka-os

Excuse me whilst I projectile vomit.

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