Here’s one more Irish flash mob that is beyond deserving of a second look.
For Christmas 2012, the Northern Ireland Tourist Bureau decided to give one family a very special welcome home.
Roisin Monroe from Ohio, home for the holidays for the first time in ten years with her children Brandon and Kaeli-Ann, was greeted at George Best Belfast City Airport by not just her family but also members of the Belfast Community Choir.
Disguised as fellow travelers, a bachelorette party, airport workers and an airplane cabin crew, they serenaded the Monroe family with a moving rendition of “Joy to the World” as they enjoyed their emotional reunion.
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