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Cooper Cougar's "Roar" Video Makes Finals in Nationwide Competition

Students at Cougar High School in Abilene could welcome an award-winning pop star at the end of this month. A creative video done by the students is one of five Katy Perry has her eyes on.
Students at Cooper High School in Abilene are getting a taste of stardom.

Many will appear on national television tomorrow morning, and it's all thanks to a standout video done by the students in response to a challenge from popular pop star, Katy Perry. She challenged students nationwide to make their own video to her new hit single, 'Roar.'

So, students at Cooper High came up with an idea that would prove that cougars have a special roar too. Cheer coach, Debra Kirby quickly jumped on board to help - the students wanted their video to stand out, so they decided to highlight issues teens across the country deal with everyday, like bullying and family violence.

Cooper High is now one of five finalists in the contest and if their video wins --- Katy Perry will  bring her Grammy-award winning talents to 'cougar nation' this month for a live concert! But first, tomorrow the school's video will be the fourth to be broadcasted on TV screens nationwide:

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