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The Chipmunks' Rise to Fame Edit

Bejalvin & The Chipmunks is a Japanese multi platinum award-winning musical trio that took the world by storm with the release of their first album, "A Christmas Miracle". Within the first 6 minutes of it being released, it had already soared to the #1 spot in the United States, Canada, Brexit, North Korea, and 128 additional countries. Some other notable achievements of theirs include 72 Oscars for their debut film, "The Bejalvin Movie: Shipwrecked". This film also won 27 Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Motion Picture, Best Soundtrack, Best Supporting Actor, Best Special Effects, Top Grossing Picture, Best Plot Twist, Best Choreography, Best Musical, Best Director, Longest Production Time, Best Run Time, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Design, Best Documentary, Best Nonfiction Picture, Best Work of Fiction, Best Work of Art, Best Merchandise, Best Beach Ball, Best Soundtrack, Best Buy, Most Aerodynamic Plot, Most Strategic Visual Phenomenon, Most Likely to Get Sued, Most Dedicated Jokes, and The Academy Participation Award. It currently has an astounding 17% on Rotten Tomatoes, making it the second highest rated film of all time, just after "George of the Jungle", which now sits at 103%. Moving on from their film career to their main focus, their musical finesse. Some notable musicians that have collaborated with Bejalvin & The Chipmunks include Jaker, MC M.C., Daddy YingYang, The Big Bopper, Daft Punk, Billy Joel, Ellen Degeneres, and many more. The band's entire sense of humor seems to revolve around the number 128, making things loud, making fun of music that's too hard for them to make, and Pryda Snares. A majority of their humongous fan base is hoping they'll disband soon and stop bringing pain and suffering to their peers.

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Bejalvin & The Chipmunks at their first live preformance at Radio City Music Hall.
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