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Adele challenge takesover Internet
World | society | 10:18, 11 January 2019 | 591

AKIPRESS.COM - There’s a new online challenge taking over the social media platform known as Tik Tok and it’s starting to spread broadly.

This one involves Adele’s hit song “Someone Like You” and gummy bears. In the original video that’s believed to have started the trend, a gummy bear appears to sing the first few words to the song’s chorus as Adele. The camera then pans to a huge audience of gummy bears who finish off the line in the song.

The man who posted the video, David Kaspřák, added the caption “over 200 Haribos singing”.

Now more people are creating their own versions with not only gummy bears but other things.

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