St. Andrews A Cappella Group Caught In 'Royal Romance' With Kate Middleton
<p>"The Other Guys," a Scottish male a cappella group, are caught in a "Royal Romance" with Kate Middleton, who is set to marry Prince William on Apr. 29.</p>
"The Other Guys," an all-male Scottish a cappella group, are caught in a "Royal Romance" with princess-to-be Kate Middleton, who is set to marry Prince William on Apr. 29.
The singing group is comprised of students at the University of St. Andrews, Kate and the Prince's alma mater. "Royal Romance" blends Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" with the music of Michael Jackson, James Horner, Gustav Holst and Human League.
Video: "The Other Guys," "Royal Romance"
The original song speaks of the unrequited love between the frontman of "The Other Guys" and Kate. "I want you baby, you might be the one/The only problem: You're Kate Middleton," he sings.
The guys do a Gaga-inspired dance routine on the beach and across the St. Andrews campus. Kate rejects the attempt to steal her away from the Prince, and the video ends with "The Other Guys" wishing Kate and Prince William luck.
It seems these boys might give "Glee's" The Warblers a run for their money when it comes to all-male a cappella performances. We wonder if "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy will be contacting "The Other Guys" to play a rival Glee club? Hey, it's just a suggestion!