Image: Sandy and co. were onto something. (Paramount Pictures)
Isn’t it funny how in films, total strangers become instant best friends after an “impromptu” sing and dance? Not to mention the fact that they just all happen to know the exact same dance routine and perform in perfect harmony. (I’m looking at you, High School Musical.)
While the thought of doing this in real life seems ridiculous, it turns out those cheesy sing-a-longs might have actually been on to something.
For the study, published in the October edition of the Royal Society of Open Science, researchers followed newly-formed singing and non-singing (such as crafts or creative writing) adult education classes for a period of seven months. (Post continues after gallery.)