Video shows people in Italy dressed as monks dancing to Jerusalema

Video shows people in Italy dressed as monks dancing to Jerusalema

- Master KG's Jerusalema is making waves abroad and Italy has joined in on the fun

- A video clip shows people in Italy dancing to the hit song dressed in monk outfits

- The footage was shared on several social media platforms and have since gone viral

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Another video in the #JerusalemaChallenge has surfaced online. This time, it shows people in Italy dancing to Master KG's hit song.

The video was shared on Twitter and Facebook and caught the attention of thousands of people around the world.

Earlier this week, a tweep, Stefano Albamonte, shared the video on Twitter. The clip shows a group of people busting a move to Jerusalema while wearing monk outfits.

Video shows people in Italy dressed as monks dancing to Jerusalema

The Jerusalema challenge has made its way to Italy. Photo: @SteAlbamonte.
Source: Twitter

Take a look at the post below:

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The video was also shared on Facebook by Vittorio Ricco on Monday and it gathered over 5.5 million views.

Once again South Africans were proud of Master KG for receiving so much recognition for his song overseas.

Lineo Lehobo commented:

"Well done Master KG!!"

Cornelis Wildenberg wrote:

"Happy Catholics."

Quincy Koalepe added:

"Beautiful raising high my flag. Thank you Master KG."

Meanwhile, earlier Briefly.co.za reported on another #JerusalemaChallenge. The French just can't seem to stop dancing to Master KG's Jerusalema as another video emerges.

Master KG posted a video on his Twitter account of healthcare workers in France dancing to the song, which is becoming a global hit.

The song has taken the world by storm as the original music video has now passed 47 million views on YouTube.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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