Police Lip Sync Challenge: 3 Hilarious Police Lip Sync Battle Videos

By: Orlando Morales | Teresa Strasser | Victor Padilla Posted: 2:40 PM, Apr 24, 2019 Updated: 10:18 AM, Apr 25, 2019

You’ve heard of the Tonight Show segment called “Lip Sync Battle”, which has since turned into its own show on Paramount network. And if you love these performances and need more of them in your life, then boy do we have a treat for you! Police lip sync challenge videos are trending, so we decided to round up three of our favorites that deserve to played on repeat!

1. California Highway Patrol

This first police lip sync challenge features the California Highway Patrol. With over 300,000 YouTube views, they lip sync to a few California-centric songs, culminating with Katy Perry’s “California Gurls”. In this hilarious rendition, you’ll see these first responders fly their chopper, pull off car stunts and dance like nobody’s watching. And check this out – Eric Estrada even makes an appearance! It’s quite the arresting performance! But don’t just take our word for it – watch the video for yourself above.

2. Middletown Police Department

Our second police lip sync challenge video showcases Ohio’s Middletown Police Department. With over 170,000 views, their video is set to “Need You Now” by Lady Antebellum, and plays off the stereotype that cops really, really love donuts. When they get a couple of boxes, they’re in hog heaven. We love seeing our boys and girls in blue having a sense of humor, too. Witness the entire spectacle above.

3. Seattle Police Department

And taking the third spot on our list of police lip sync challenge videos is Seattle, Washington’s police department. With over half a million views, it’s set to “Downtown” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. And they pretty much got their entire town together to make one epic parade! Check out the whole show-stopping display above.


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