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Video: Chapman University Students 'Get Lucky' At Undie Run

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Students at Chapman University used the semi-annual undie run as the backdrop for a surprisingly charming video to the tune of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky."

Anthony Westlake stars as a miserable cubicle-dweller who daydreams (or maybe flashes back) about getting loose and then getting lucky during the undie run. A cigarette-puffing woman leads him back to her dorm room. Westlake told CBS Los Angeles, "We were trying to do like a very literal concept of 'get lucky.'"

The whole video was filmed in reverse, complete with occasional backwards lip-syncing.