Clemson Police & Fire/EMS perform the 'Lip Synch Challenge'


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It's time for another round of Lip Synch Challenge.

Clemson police officer Chris Chancellor performed the #lipsynchchallenge on Monday which is a fun series of videos where police officers are challenging other agencies to sing along to popular songs.

Chancellor threw down the gauntlet and challenged the Clemson University Police Department to make a video.

The Clemson police alongside the Fire Dept/EMS didn't back down as they posted their rendition of Katy Perry's ROAR with a guest appearance from the Tiger:

Chancellor previously decided on lip singing to Survivor's 'Eye of the Tiger' and the very romantic 'A Thousand Miles' by Vanessa Carlton.

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