VIDEOS: Harlem Shake YouTube craze hits Bristol
It's a viral video craze that's taking the world by storm - whether you like it or not.
And now the Harlem Shake has reached Bristol.
Several videos have appeared on YouTube showing Bristolians - particularly students in the city - making their own version of the dance.
The Harlem Shake meme – a concept that spreads from person to person via the internet – began this month in Australia.
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It involves a short video featuring a single masked person dancing to the start of the song, recorded by DJ and producer Baauer.
When the bass comes in, the video cuts to the same scene filled with about 150 costumed people.
The Bristol versions include videos featuring some Bristol University students (although they call it Bristol "Unay"), some students from the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol University group FUZE, and the Christian Union at UWE.
WATCH THE UWE VIDEO HERE:
Even toddlers at Mama Bear’s Day Nursery in Crew’s Hole wanted a piece of the action.
WATCH THE MAMA BEAR'S DAY NURSERY VIDEO HERE:
Brunel has been spotted doing his own version on board the ss Great Britain.
And Ramshackle club night at the O2 Academy and Syndicate nightclub in Bristol have made their own versions of the dance.
WATCH THE RAMSHACKLE VIDEO HERE:
And office-workers across the city have been livening up their working day by putting together their own take on the viral video.
WATCH BRISTOL CREATIVE AGENCY STUDIO SIX'S VIDEO HERE:
But it's not just schools, offices and clubs that are getting involved.
Some people are just making their own versions from the comfort of their sofas at home.
WATCH BRISTOLIANS JON LAWRENCE AND LUCY SHERLOCK'S VIDEO HERE:
This spin class at Hengrove Park Leisure Centre have also made a version:
Weston-super-Mare charity Weston Hospice Care made their version to raise funds:
And Ryan Daws and George Lim, who present Bristol-based technology show TEChBrits, did a mini version at the start of their last episode:
Have you seen any other Bristol takes on the Harlem Shake? Email a link to us.