A light-hearted video created for a north-east secondary school dance has become a viral sensation.
Pupils at Fraserburgh Academy have been filmed letting off steam at their prom, singing, dancing and laughing along to the cast of Glee’s version of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Proud Mary.
The youngsters even donned dark shades and inflatable saxophones for the fun “Prommyoke” video, which has been viewed more than 6,500 times since it was uploaded to Youtube on Friday.
The four-minute music montage features a group of teenagers dressed in their ball gowns and kilts celebrating at Meldrum House Hotel.
The jubilant youngsters’ performance – the fourth of its kind – has now been shared hundreds of times on social media sites including Facebook.
The project was shot by award-winning wedding videographers Cheryl and Steve Lawrence, of Orchard Studios in Peterhead.
Last night Mrs Lawrence said: “My husband, Steve, and I were asked to film Fraserburgh Academy prom as a favour four years ago and thought it would be a fun idea to stage a ‘Marryoke’ style video with the pupils.
“The prom committee loved the idea and so ‘Prommyoke’ was born. We choose the song, develop the concept, choreograph the actions, film and produce the Prommyoke films.
“When the pupils are as enthusiastic as they are in Fraserburgh the whole process is a joy.”
Proud Fraserburgh Academy head teacher David Clark added: “At Fraserburgh Academy we have very talented, hard-working students who are a pleasure to work with and this video shows them at their creative best.”