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The Holderness Family couldn't be more excited for the back-to-school season! Well, at least the parents are excited. Penn and Kim are so thrilled that they made this hilarious parody of the Black Eyed Peas' song "Let's Get It Started." If only the kids felt the same level of excitement.

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