Lip-Syncing State Troopers Patrolling State Fair 'Are Back' With a New Hit Song
Their fans were already expecting a Part 2 after the team lip-synced to the "Grease" hit "Summer Nights" last year.
The lip-syncing Indiana State Troopers have returned to the internet with a new viral hit.
Video of the four cops rocking out to Thin Lizzy’s “The Boys Are Back in Town” from their golf cart while patrolling the Indiana State Fair emerged this week, a long-awaited reprise of last year's viral performance.
Of course, their fans were already expecting a Part 2 after the team lip-synced to the Grease hit “Summer Nights” during the same state fair last year.
“We weren’t going to do any videos this year, but everybody seemed to want us to do it so we decided to throw one together,” Trooper Jonathon Amburgey told InsideEdition.com.
He said it didn’t take long for his group, consisting of troopers Brent Lemberg, Dustin Rutledge and Jon Cole, to pick a song.
“We felt like it fit perfectly since we’re all from different parts of the state,” Amburgey said.
Although it took a while to for the four of them to get it perfectly, Amburgey explained it wasn’t much different than their daily routine.
“We listen to Pandora and drive around and patrol,” he said. “Every day, it’s a different genre.”
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