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Introducing: Chick-fil-A's Got Talent

Perri Ormont Blumberg
October 30, 2017

Whether you're waiting in line for a coffee or sitting down for a proper meal, you can always count on some entertaining characters at Chick-fil-A (typically, it's the five-year-old solemnly swearing to her parents that she can polish off a classic chicken sandwich, nuggets, and waffle fries on her own).

Now, one Virginia Beach Chick-fil-A has taken us behind-the-scenes to reveal an equally amusing, but whole different side of the eatery.The Chick-fil-A outpost located in the Haygood Shopping Center shared a Facebook video of staffers in a pantry room rocking out to some Aretha Franklin.

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As one employee busts out from a storage cart to sing, two co-workers, clad in Chick-fil-A's signature red uniform erupt into dancing and provide some light background vocals for Franklin's 1967 hit, "Respect." Since the video was posted on Thursday, October 26th, it's garnered 53,000+ views and countless smiles. Watch below—it's got us dancing into Monday ready to "Eat Mor Chikin" like you wouldn't believe.

What can @chickfila team members not do?! They’re the absolute best!

Posted by Chick-fil-A Haygood on Thursday, October 26, 2017