Colts' "Blue" joins "First Kiss" parody craze
The Indianapolis Colts have joined the "First Kiss" viral video craze.
The original black and white footage of strangers allegedly meeting - then kissing - for the first time. The video has picked up nearly 63 million hits since its debut March 10.
Days after the release, it was revealed the video was a campaign by a clothing company, but the parodies were already rolling out.
WATCH: "First Kiss" video
The most high-profile was "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon's "First Lick," video of dogs and cats coming together for the first kiss.
Then Tuesday night, lovable Colts mascot "Blue" entered the fray.
The video opens with a woman in full Colts garb meeting a man wearing a t-shirt of the AFC South rival Houston Texans.
"We asked 10 opposing fans to kiss for the first time..." reads a text slate in the video.
After some awkward introductions, the couples - always one Colts fan and a fan of another NFL team, including the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos and hated New England Patriots - prepare to kiss.
From there, it's pure "Blue" mayhem.