Cruise Ship Flash Mob, the Sequel: Company Claims 2,000 Dance on Carnival Destiny

July 27, 2011 | By | 1 Comment

The mob has grown. First it was 1,500 dancing fools on Carnival Paradise in June, and now it’s 2,000 on Carnival Destiny in July, according to Phoenix-based Celebrity Dance Competitions, which holds a pair of at-sea events every summer. We called CDC (not that CDC) to ask about how determined the number of participants at the “largest flash mob at sea,” but haven’t heard back. Either way, there were a lot of dancers on deck, as the videographic evidence attests.
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    One Response to “Cruise Ship Flash Mob, the Sequel: Company Claims 2,000 Dance on Carnival Destiny”

    1. Robert
      August 3rd, 2011 @ 7:56 pm

      This looks like a blast. Celebrity Dance Competitions and Carnival Cruise Lines did such a great job. I want to be on board!

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