CINCINNATI - A new Guinness World Record was set in Cincinnati Thursday night as more than 2,000 salsa dancers moved their hips on Fountain Square.
A host of community agencies came together to celebrate diversity and the Hispanic community... and at the end of the night, a brand new world record.
The previous record was 1,600, according to Procter and Gamble spokeswoman Barbara Hauser.
Watch the video player above to see 2,000 dancers make history.
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