It’s the easiest money Emma Ede has ever made - in fact she won it in a flash!
The 33-year-old primary school teacher became our first Video Of The Week winner after she submitted a two-and-a-half minute video of a Sheffield flash mob song and dance routine – and scooped £25.
VIDEO: Press the play button to watch her winning video and see below how you could be next week’s winner.
Emma said: “The video was of Sheffield Slings – a group of 660 parents who love to carry their babies and children in slings and carriers – breaking into dance as part of a flash mob at the train station.
“It’s already been seen by thousands around the world after we posted it online, so we thought we’d submit it to The Star and get even more viewers – we’re up to 11,000.”
The flash mob was organised by the group to celebrate International Babywearing Week.
Emma added: “The £25 will go back into the group, to help us purchase more carriers for people to try before they buy and demonstrate the amazing health and developmental benefits.”
SEND US YOUR VIDEOS FOR A CHANCE TO WIN OUR VIDEO OF THE WEEK £25 PRIZE
Do you have a video to send us? Ideally, the clip only needs to be 30 seconds and it can be amusing, a sporting moment – like a winning goal in the park – a performance or a serious news clip.
If you’re a sports fan, send us a clip of you having a rant or praising your team.
Each week our editorial panel will pick the best one to win £25 and feature it on our website here at thestar.co.uk/video.
Submit a short clip, preferably an MP4, direct to email@example.com.
If the clip is too big, email it to us via the free file share upload site, www.wetransfer.com.
Remember to also include your full name, address, phone numbers and email address, plus a line to tell us about your film.
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