With numerous covers of Carly Rae Jepsen's inescapable hit 'Call Me Maybe' already on the internet, sometimes viral hits like the Harvard baseball team cover video give the unlikeliest of people the courage to make one of their own. In this case, the staff at the famous Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Paying homage to the simple hand dance the Harvard boys made popular, this video sees everyone from the arena's security personnel, ushers, cheerleaders, photographers and even the cooks in the kitchen all lip-syncing and dancing to 'Call Me Maybe.' And if that isn't convincing enough for you to watch, the (very hot) LA Kings cheerleaders strut their stuff too.

The other cheerleaders were from the LA Clippers and if you didn't recognize the commentators, that was TNT's Craig Sager and ESPN's Beto Duran and Dave Joseph making their cameo. The video was made after a busy week in which the Staples Center played host to six NBA playoff games in 4 days. Despite the abilities of the staff pull that off, marketing wanted to show the employees still knew how to have fun despite their challenging work.

To the staff at the Staples Center, and Carly Rae Jepsen, we applaud you.