UW-Milwaukee graduation video prompts tweet from Justin Timberlake

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MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A UW-Milwaukee graduation video that includes a popular Justin Timberlake song appears to have received some recognition from the singer himself.

A post from Justin Timberlake's verified Twitter account reads "Congrats @UWM grads! Impressive!! #uwmgrad #CantStopTheFeeling #Graduation edition:." It was posted to the account Monday afternoon. The video was published to UW-Milwaukee's YouTube page on Sunday. It includes men and women dancing to the song "CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!" in various places in Milwaukee, many of them on the UW-Milwaukee campus. Chancellor Mark Mone can also be seen in several parts of the video.

As of late Tuesday morning, the "“CAN’T STOP THE FEELING!” - UW-Milwaukee Graduation Edition" video had more than 94,000 views on YouTube. You can see it by clicking on the link under "Related Links" on this story.

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