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Taylor Swift Invites Frat Boys Behind Viral ‘Shake It Off’ Video to Concert

YouTube video has gone viral since its release, notching more than 1.6 million viewers in a week

From Kentucky to the world stage, the fraternity boys from Delta Sigma Phi Beta Mu at Transylvania University got Taylor Swift‘s attention with their high-energy lip-sync video to her hit “Shake It Off.” The singer tweeted the video along with an invite for the guys to bring a date and come to one of her shows next year, on her dime.

“It’s on me,” she wrote. “Nailed it, bros!”

The guys impressively filmed their entire performance in one take — or they used some slick editing — as they took turns on the lead and meandered up and down the halls of their dorm.

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It was a perfect response to Swift’s own humorous video, which saw her hilariously failing miserably at several different dance techniques.

While the boys didn’t bother to tackle ballet, modern dance or twerking, they did still “Shake It Off” in the halls and in various rooms as they got down to “This. Sick. Beat.”

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“Shake It Off” is the first single off of Swift’s upcoming album “1989,” which is the first wholly pop music effort from the multi-award winning country singer. The album is scheduled to drop Monday, Oct. 27.

Taylor Swift will purportedly appear as a guest mentor on the upcoming season of NBC’s “The Voice,” which has its two-day premiere Monday, Sept. 22 and Tuesday Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. ET.