Woman Gaga Re-Creates the Wednesday TikTok Dance

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Mom Monster has seen the TikToks, and she or he’s right here to indicate us the way it’s carried out. On Dec. 8, Woman Gaga re-created Jenna Ortega’s viral dance from the Netflix collection “Wednesday,” dancing to the tune of her personal 2011 monitor “Bloody Mary.” Within the black-and-white clip, Gaga applies theatrical make-up and shortly pulls on a pair of plaid knee-high socks and her interpretation of a college uniform earlier than moving into body with a really Wednesday Addams-style braided coiffure and starting to bounce. “Bloody Wednesday,” Gaga captioned the TikTok.

The dance sequence within the collection was initially set to “Goo Goo Muck” by The Cramps. Ortega, the present’s eponymous star, mentioned her choreography was impressed by “archival footage of goths dancing in golf equipment within the ’80s,” in addition to Siouxsie Sioux and Bob Fosse’s “Wealthy Man’s Frug.” The scene ultimately made the rounds on TikTok, the place customers discovered it synced completely to a sped-up model of Gaga’s “Bloody Mary,” off “Born This Approach.”



♬ original sound – main account got banned

Gaga was a fan of Wednesday’s dance strikes earlier than the TikTok development, nonetheless: after the official Wednesday Addams account gave the development its stamp of approval on Twitter, Gaga replied, “Slay Wednesday! You are welcome at Haus of Gaga anytime (and convey Factor with you, we love paws round right here 😉).” If this TikTok is any indication, it appears as if Haus of Wednesday already looks like house to her.

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