David Beckham Joins Team GB in Rousing Rendition of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now"

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Take a bow, Great Britain. You put on an amazing show and featured prominently on Olympic podiums throughout. 

The following video (h/t BuzzFeed) features a good amount of those medal winners singing and dancing to Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."

And it's infectious. 

The video starts with the main man who helped bring the Games to London, David Beckham, stating merely, "Action."

From there, the video centers on the athletes who brought their country so much joy. It's hard for this American to not get wrapped up in the jubilation. 

I blame the legendary voice of Freddie Mercury for that. 

Jessica Ennis, winner of the gold medal in the women's heptathlon, features heavily in the montage, as does Sir Chris Hoy, Victoria Pendleton and Louis Smith. 

Although, I really could have used a little more frivolity from Smith. This song should be shouted out, not coolly mumbled. His silver on the pommel horse in London was epic, though, so we forgive him for his lip syncing transgressions. 

The rest of the video is just delightful giddiness, just like the actual Games that went off without any major hiccups. 

Sing us out of here, Great Britain. 


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