THIS dance video of BLACKPINK’s Lisa Goes Viral, Watch
BLACKPINK's Lisa accidentally started a whole new internet ‘Did it Work?’ meme.
BLACKPINK’s Lisa is considered as one of the multi-talented Idol from her band, as she is regarded to be pro at doing multiple activities and she is known to be a pro at dancing. Not just that, her band members also agree on her being the best dancer, YG Entertainment’s first non-Korean artist regularly posts dance covers on her YouTube account.
Recently, Lisa appeared in a dance video that garnered lots of attention, but what grabbed netizens’ attention is legs, she accidentally started a whole new internet ‘Did it Work?’ meme crediting her thigh-high leather boots.
Lisa featured in a sultry dance cover of 6lack and Quin’s 2019 single ‘Mushroom Chocolate’ which was released on Lilifilm Official’s YouTube channel. Soon after the video went viral, Twitterati started making their own mash-ups of her video by linking her legs with photos of other pop art icons resting around — to amusing results.
Here’s the dance video:
Famous celebrities like Stephen Colbert, Lil Nas, Luke Evans, and others have also taken part in this viral ‘Did it Work?’ challenge, looks like Lisa’s legs have become a worldwide phenomenon.
Check out the tweets below:
The American singer-songwriter tweeted, “Did it work?”
Did it work? pic.twitter.com/mMtn1DcW2n
— Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) April 29, 2020
American comedian also took up the challenge and share it on Twitter with the caption, “did it work?”
did it work? pic.twitter.com/RUnfc2paGj
— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) April 29, 2020
The television host, James Corden and shared a photo of himself along with Lisa’s legs attached, “did it work,” he captioned.
did it work pic.twitter.com/dHgkKZ7vO3
— The Late Late Show with James Corden (@latelateshow) April 28, 2020
Actor and singer Luke Evans captioned the photo, “Wish I’d kept those boots”
Wish I’d kept those boots… pic.twitter.com/uidr12MQrA
— Luke Evans (@TheRealLukevans) April 29, 2020
Lil Nas also shared a photo but he ended up getting trolled.
— nope (@LilNasX) April 29, 2020
The official Twitter account of Netflix also participated in the viral challenge and wrote, “did this work?”
did this work? pic.twitter.com/bqg1E8bg9E
— Netflix (@netflix) April 27, 2020
Now, check out the netizen’s reaction on this viral meme challenge.
— Thru 🦋 𝕾𝖔𝖚𝖗 𝕮𝖆𝖓𝖉𝖞 (@LALISA_LISA_MNB) April 28, 2020
did it work pic.twitter.com/EJcWY0Nc28
— ☀️ (@isthisahobby) April 26, 2020
did it work pic.twitter.com/9iYXQ15yOi
— becca (@laurieslaurence) April 26, 2020
did it work pic.twitter.com/s3JHZIWNM8
— real ahsoka hours (@thebogglywoods) April 26, 2020
To recall, BLACKPINK’s video for Ddu-Du Ddu-Du was the first K-pop act to achieve more than a billion views on YouTube, recently, the girl-gang has collaborated Lady Gaga on her next album Chromatica.