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Watch: Belfast junior doctor performs hilarious parody of Les Miserables hit

A junior doctor from Belfast has become a online hit after posting a parody video of the Les Miserables hit 'I Dreamed a Dream' on Facebook.

Conal Corr renamed the track 'I Bleeped a Bleep' to celebrate finishing his first year as a doctor in the Northern Trust.

He told the Belfast Telegraph he made the video as a 'celebration' of the year, adding: "It's a wee tribute to changeover day or 'Black Wednesday' as it's commonly known. It was a bit of a farewell to my first job which I loved and to mark the big jump in responsibility.

"It was just a way of making fun of the perils of the first year on the job and how easy it is to feel lost and helpless. But the reality is that the support is normally pretty fantastic.

"I think the humour might help people remember that we're gonna be a bit lost today and finding our feet but we're all just one big team at the end of the day."

Conal added: "I've previously done a lot of similar stuff and we were actually able to collate a lot of different medical songs into a bit of a spoof musical which raised over £2,000 for local Cystic Fibrosis and lymphoma and leukaemia charities."

The hilarious video has been watched over 186,000 times on Facebook.

Video courtesy of Conal Corr.

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