Male Version of Australian Hotties SketchSHE's In-Car Song Covers Goes Crossdressing

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This is it folks; Australia shall forever remain in history as the Land... Where People Do Funny Song Covers in Cars. OK, that title is a bit long, but hear us out - remember the Aussie trio of hotties going by the SketchSHE name, the ones who are an internet sensation after not one, but two viral in-car singing videos?
Well, you can forget about Shae-Lee, Lana and Madison since we’re talking about three men now. Meet Chris Vlassis, Michael D. Douglas and Ali Epstone. The first two are Australians, while the last is a Brit and they’ve decided to do a male version of SketchSHE’s Mime Through Time.

Is this SketchHE? Er... no. The guys go by the name of Goat Chatter. By the way, they seem to be pulling the stunt in a Mazda3 and you have the list of songs below:

  • Little Richard - Tutti Fruitti
  • Four Seasons - December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)
  • Kiss - I Was Made For Lovin’ You
  • Village People - YMCA
  • Phil Collins - In the Air Tonight
  • Los del Rio - Macarena
  • Blur - Song 2
  • Celine Dion - Titanic Song
  • Eiffel 65 - Blue 1999
  • 50 Cent - In Da Club
  • Bruno Mars - The Lazy Song
  • One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful
  • Psy - Gangnam Style
  • Sia - Chandelier

Yep, that’s what we thought... this is one massive list, but since the guys recreated SketchSHE’s video, they went all the way, following the original 14-song scheme.

Warning: an open mind is required in order to view this clip. And no, trepanation doesn’t count.

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