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This Massive Gas Station Dance Party Was The Biggest Biden Victory Party In Los Angeles

The people of Los Angeles took to the streets in celebration of a Joe Biden victory over Donald Trump on Saturday, but no party was as joyous as this massive dance party that erupted at a 76 gas station.

People jovially danced on top of a car, cheered, and generally went wild, as cars honked in support.

The gas station was located at Hillhurst and Los Feliz Boulevard in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.

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1 car being danced on

One person held a sign reading "Honk for science" and another held a gigantic cutout of Joe Biden's head.

Bottles of champagne were popped.

Everyone sang and jumped to Kelly Clarkson's "Since You've Been Gone."

The celebration went well into the evening when everybody danced to Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You."

Only one car was danced upon during this party and the owner has no regrets. 

Some people are even helping her to pay for the damage.

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