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10 July 2012, 08:09
A group of 70 individuals played the prank on a fast food worker in New York.
Jessie J's fans have created a flash mob video to the singer's Vodafone Big Top 40 single 'Domino' where they prank a pizza delivery man.
The footage was uploaded by Todrick Hall, who joined 70 of his friends from the Maple Avenue Dance club in Rockville Centre, New York in surprising the fast food worker earlier this year.
The footage shows the worker knocking on the door and being greeted by a singing individual.
He is then taken down the stairs where various a well choreographed routines take place much to his surprise.
A group of ballerinas are dressed in in pizza costumes and a tennis court is turned into a dance battle field during the hilarious video.
You can watch the Jessie J fans' 'Domino' flash mob video below:
Meanwhile, the singer is amongst the latest names to have been added to the iTunes Festival 2012 line-up.
Stars such as The Voice UK coach, One Direction and Usher will take to the stage at the Roundhouse in Camden, London throughout September for the series of month long gigs.