VIDEO: Penn State Football Team Hilariously Dances For Charity

The Penn State football put together a hilarious dance routine for the university’s annual charity event for THON, which benefits the families impacted by childhood cancer.

Members of the Nittany Lions came marching out onto the stage to the Imperial March, complete with Darth Vader and Stormtrooper masks, before an incredible medley of songs required their best dance moves.

Songs included in the routing were “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” from Disney’s Frozen, Juju On That Beat and a trap remix of the viral “Cash Me Ousside” girl.

Check it out:

PSU football team's Thon dance pic.twitter.com/ahMugV6J3i

— Audrey Snyder (@audsnyder4) February 19, 2017

It’s always great when student-athletes come together to entertain a crowd all in the name of charity. It’s even greater when they throw caution to the wind and really commit.

Well done, Nittany Lions.

So just what is Penn State's @THON? Just a 46-hour dance marathon that has raised more than $136 million for @fourdiamonds #THON2017 pic.twitter.com/eN1OndJlJL

— Penn State football (@psufootball) February 17, 2017

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