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Man Stranded In Airport Creates Epic Music Video

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KHQ.com - When Richard Dunn found himself stranded in the Las Vegas Airport overnight, he could have drowned his sorrows in the airport bar, but instead he put his creative juices to work and created this epic music video to Celine Dion's version of 'All By Myself'.

Dunn spent about three hours with an iPad creating this lip-synching masterpiece that has already pulled in over 1.5 Million views online!


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