This is the video which shows 50 young people saying “don’t stop me now”.
In the latest video celebrating World Down Syndrome Day, 50 young people want to get their message across that they won’t be stopped.
Organised by the charity Wouldn’t Change A Thing, babies to toddlers to young adults mime to the Queen classic Don’t Stop Me Now.
The hashtag #wcat went huge back in March 2018 thanks to the viral video “50 Mums | 50 Kids | 1 Extra Chromosome”.
It is now thought to be one of the most popular viral videos in history after racking up more than 350 million views on social media and becoming headline news in more than 30 countries.
It even had support from global superstar Michael Bublé when the group appeared on This Morning at Christmas.
This World Down Syndrome Day – which takes place on March 21 – misconceptions will be changed even more as the parents are at it again with their new campaign.
“Don’t Stop Me Now!” seeks to highlight the ways which people with Down Syndrome of all ages achieve and enjoy life.
It even features one of our own. Heidi from Coventry can be seen in the video being proposed to – a truly beautiful moment.