'Wayne's World' Anniversary Brings Out The Headbangers In Aurora, Ill., residents celebrated the 25th anniversary of Wayne's World by trying to break the Guinness World Record for headbanging. A thousand people showed up. Party on Aurora.

'Wayne's World' Anniversary Brings Out The Headbangers

'Wayne's World' Anniversary Brings Out The Headbangers

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In Aurora, Ill., residents celebrated the 25th anniversary of Wayne's World by trying to break the Guinness World Record for headbanging. A thousand people showed up. Party on Aurora.

MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Mary Louise Kelly. And never let it be said that Aurora, Ill., doesn't throw good party. They celebrated the 25th anniversary of "Wayne's World" by breaking the Guinness World Record for head-banging.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

A thousand people, including the mayor, followed Wayne and Garth's lead...

(SOUNDBITE OF QUEEN SONG, "BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY")

KELLY: ...Head-banging to "Bohemian Rhapsody," as you do. Party on, Rachel.

MARTIN: Party on, Mary Louise.

KELLY: Schwing (ph). It's MORNING EDITION.

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