Bil Browning

The Russian Police Choir Gets Lucky

Filed By Bil Browning | November 11, 2013 11:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Daft Punk, Get Lucky, Russia, Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Choir, Russian Police Choir

Fair warning: Once you see this, there's no turning back. It will forever be ingrained in your memory and there's a chance that when you think of it again, you'll explode into a big quivering mess of caviar and giggles.

Here's the Russian Police Choir, or, as they are officially known, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Choir, doing their cover of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky." Apparently this is practice for a concert at the Kremlin.

Nothing like a bunch of awkwardly gyrating Russian men singing about getting laid at the Kremlin to show how serious the government is about persecuting gays.

Previously: Uniformed Russian military men cover Adele's "Skyfall" on a live television broadcast.

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