Cheerleaders Perform A Mindblowing ‘Tetris’-Themed Routine

Yup, it speeds up the longer it goes. Just like the game.

A Chinese drill squad consisting of 355 university students performed a lightning-fast, flawlessly executed recreation of “Tetris” midfield last month, and video of their jaw-dropping routine is just now going viral.

Here’s their routine, which gets very crazy, very quickly:

According to a secretary for the school’s department of geography and tourism, the students got their inspiration from the “Tetris” theme song initially, then the idea evolved into the wild routine. Once the routine was established, the squad of students spent two grueling months practicing the drill to perfection, including the color-changing transformation.


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