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The Russian Police Choir Singing "Get Lucky" Was the Best Part of the Olympics' Opening Ceremony

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Sure, t.A.t.U. may have been the most famous performers at today's Olympics opening ceremony (you may remember them from their 2002 hit "All The Things She Said"). And yes, a malfunctioning snowflake may have been the biggest scandal so far. And OK, that animatronic bear mascot will be what you'll remember (especially when you see him in your dreams). 

But the best part of the opening ceremonies? Hands down, it was definitely this very enthusiastic performance of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" by the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (if that all sounds familiar, it's because a video of them rehearsing the number went viral last year). 

Watch the video here. Or keep scrolling for a photo recap (you'll get the gist of it). 

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