The Flower Mound Police Department responded to the Lip Sync Challenge on Thursday.
In the social media trend of law enforcement officers dancing and lip-syncing to songs, law enforcement agencies then challenge other agencies to create a similar funny video.
Flower Mound’s video shows police officers lip syncing and dancing to Meghan Trainor’s pop song “Me Too,” and it also features Flower Mound firefighters, jailers, dispatchers and Animal Services employees.
FMPD was challenged by the Grapevine Police Department, whose medley video has received more than 4.1 million views, as of Thursday. The Corinth Police Department, however, has set the standard for North Texas lip sync challenge videos, with more than 11 million views on its lip sync video of Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the USA.”
FMPD is challenging the Grand Prairie, Highland Village, Natchitoches and Sachse police departments.
Check out FMPD’s video below.
We may be late to the #lipsyncchallenge party, but we have arrived! The wait is finally over, Flower Mound! We love serving you and hope you enjoy seeing your FMPD employees take on some new moves.Thanks for the challenge, Grapevine Police Department. We’re passing the #lipsync baton to the Grand Prairie Police, Highland Village Police Department, Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's Office (Louisiana), and Sachse Police Department. NOTE: We do not own the rights to this song. This is a nonprofit video production as part of a national online police department competition. Music credits: Meghan Trainor.#lipsyncbattle #fashionablylate #savedthebestforlast
Posted by Flower Mound Police Department on Thursday, July 12, 2018