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(Video) Bill Belichick, Darrelle Revis and Tom Brady sing Starship

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The Internet is a cruel, cruel place sometimes.

UK television viewers will already be aware of the Singing Kitty ad campaign by mobile/cell network '3'.

The most recent advert, where a young girl rides around on her bicycle miming to Starship's 1984 hit "We Build This City" is already an internet hit. Especially with her companion kitty in the basket hitting the high notes.

However, with the arrival of Darrelle Revis at the New England Patriots, a trio has been found to take her place.

Some genius/insane editor has managed to work some magic on this video to give us… Well I'm not sure what they give us. We certainly didn't ask for it. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US INTERNET?

Well, it's here now so check the video and don't say I didn't warn you that this is completely uncalled for and brilliant, if only to see what Bill Belichick looks like when he's smiling.

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