Armin van Buuren stars in Google april fools prank

Dutch superstar Armin van Buuren has been a dominant force in the dance music industry for many years, headlining major festivals and releasing worldwide hits. But, in his latest move he has surprised fans by starring in an April Fools advert by Google. The April Fools day tradition revolves around practical jokes, with several news publications releasing fake stories, some of which are more believable than others. This year, Google sought out Dutch trance legend Armin van Buuren to discuss plans to clear the skies in the Netherlands.

In the video, we see Armin van Buuren discussing the Dutch weather, highlighting that in the Netherlands it rains 145 days a year. According to the video, ‘Google wind technology’ plan to use windmills to clear the skies over the Netherlands, by generating wind to blow the clouds away. Armin van Buuren himself confirms at the end of the video that from April 1st, the skies above the Netherlands are guaranteed to be clear, with complete control over when and where it rains.

Check out the hilarious video here.

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