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Women's Olympic Soccer Team Harness Inner Miley Cyrus and Party in the USA

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterJuly 26, 2016

Team USA will take on the Summer Olympics with sugary pop goodness. 

It pains me to say that when you consider one-half of this video is a Miley Cyrus song I promised myself never to listen to again. 

It's just so damn hard not to press replay when the soccer squad who will try to win gold for the US of A is dancing and lip-syncing along. 

NESN reports the women who will suit up and go for soccer gold in just a week's time put out a grand video, unfortunately based on Miley Cyrus' "Party in the USA."

The video seems to have the whole gang involved, and even has commanding forward Abby Wambach, usually one dominating the box with her formidable size, showing her gentler side. 

She shakes those hips to a song we will all now hum throughout the day, making this a perfect blend of good and bad news. 

In a year that was dominated by a parody song that will not be named here, (like Voldemort, I fear the mere mention of a certain Carly Rae Jepsen song would welcome droves of copycat providers), the women now have a music video of their own that needs to go viral.  

While less of this particular song might be a good thing, the opposite can be said about Team USA. They are pure winning wrapped up in a three-minute video. 

Let's hope that keeps up for the next few weeks. 

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