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Bryce Jurgy attempts the leaf blower challenge while eating a bowl of cereal.

Summer is in full swing for this week’s YouTubers. Working with Lemons posted a video inspired by the Broadway musical “Hamilton” among scenes of grassy fields and green mountains. Zorro also took a last stand in a cobblestoned courtyard in a Studio C clip, and Stuart Edge decided to try a few magic tricks on unsuspecting shelter dogs.

The Gardiner Sisters kick back and relax, sitting on a park bench while singing this version of “Say My Name” by Destiny’s Child. Singing in front of a backdrop of summer trees, the Gardiner Sisters’ cover of the 1999 release has a soulful twist.

Whipped cream, cottage cheese, a bowl of cereal — the Jurgys take their leaf blower challenge seriously as they attempt to eat these items and more while being hit in the face by the machine’s “high winds.” Watch this video to see the action both in real time and in slow motion.

Elenyi, a vocal group from Salt Lake City, released this mashup of “Amazing Grace” and James Bay’s “Let it Go.”

"It is a unique medley combining the popular song 'Let it Go' about challenges in relationships and life, that sometimes seem too heavy to deal with, with the classic song of hope through the Savior's atonement, 'Amazing Grace,'" the group said in an email.

It turns out weapons sometimes have a mind of their own, a new Studio C sketch illustrated. Zorro doesn’t stand a chance when he gets shot multiple times in an epic duel against his arch nemesis.

In an early Father’s Day tribute, the YouTube channel Working with Lemons posted a video of the song “Dear Theodosia” from the Broadway musical “Hamilton.” Complete with time-period costuming and settings, the video gives insights into a father’s perspective as he watches his child grow up.

Peter Hollens takes on the classic song “At the Beginning” from the 1997 animated film “Anastasia.” Joined by his wife, Evynne Hollens, the two dress up as the characters Dmitri and Anastasia in the video. The couple has done frequent collaborations with Utahn filmmakers.

Boom Crew dancers from Millennium Dance Complex in Salt Lake City grooved to a new song from Johanna Jones. Jones is a singer, songwriter and past competitor on “American Idol” from Las Vegas. She now attends BYU. You can see the lyric video to the new song here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IegKyw3vIU

Watch these dogs’ reaction as Stuart Edge makes a treat in his hand disappear. We’ve never seen such cute disbelief.

Have you ever wanted one of those fancy curved TVs? The 'What’s Inside' YouTube channel discovered that to get one of those, you just have to break an old TV. Daniel Markham, the channel’s creator and native of Kaysville, received a 55-inch TV from Dolby, which created the perfect opportunity to destroy his old one.

Yahosh Bonner and Camlyn Giddins collaborated on this heartfelt cover of “Steal Away to Jesus.”

Lindon resident Monica Moore Smith, who acted in "Saturday's Warrior," filmed a cover of the Postal Service’s “Such Great Heights” with her sister, brother-in-law and boyfriend. She wrote in the video’s description: “My sister inspired me to become a performing artist. Finally I’m collaborating with her.”