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December 10, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The flash mob phenomenom of supposedly spontaneous, but actually carefully planned events in public places has produced many delightful reactions from surprised bystanders. These joyful brief events have quite an impact on those who happen to be present when the events suddenly occur in unlikely locations.

We present these best of flash mob events for your enjoyment and inspiration. By no means are all flash mob events of this caliber, but these particular examples of this modern cultural phenomenon really stand out. You may want to share this page with others.

The T-Mobile Welcome Back at Heathrow airport
– Really touching,  5,218,170 Views

Christmas Food Court Flash Mob, Welland Ontario, Hallelujah Chorus
– 16,838,275 views

Opera Company of Philadelphia “Flash Brindisi” at Reading Terminal Market
– 3,322,733 Views

Food Court Musical – I want a napkin. 6,416,826 views
. Great viewer reactions

Sound of Music | Central Station Antwerp (Belgium) 200 Dancers do Do Re me
– 20,950,042 Views

Opera Company of Philadelphia “Hallelujah!” at Maceys
– 6,185,850

The T-Mobile Dance in Liverpool Station
– 24,835,487 views
Making of T-Mobile Dance Fascinating! 2,087,259 Views

Frozen Grand Central – 200 people freeze in NY Grand central station
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24,154,520 views

T-Mobile Sing-along Trafalgar Square Singing Hey Jude
– Lots of Joy! 3,938,482 Views

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