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‘Hard Times:’ Paramore’s 2017 lead single is heard in almost half-a-million TikToks

‘Hard Times:’ Paramore’s 2017 lead single is heard in almost half-a-million TikToks

“Camp Rock,” the Dinsey movie starring Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers, is more than a chatspin nedir made-for-tv hit has found new notoriety on TikTok.

The line “She’s really good” is delivered by Lovato as Torres when she watches Allyson Stoner’s character Caitlyn Geller show off her DJ skills.

The sound – used almost 60,000 times on TikTok – is a way for teens to show off their hidden talents or the seemingly mundane ways they’ve impressed others.

Hayley Williams has announced she’s releasing new solo music this year, though her 2017 work with Paramore lives on as a viral TikTok sound.

The song “Hard Times,” the lead single from the band’s 2017 album “After Laughter,” has appeared in more than 437,000 TikTok videos.

‘So, why you gotta be like that?:’ Audrey Mika asks the question seemingly on TikTok’s collective mind.

“So, why you gotta be like that?,” Audrey Mika asks on her 2019 track titled “Y U Gotta Be Like That?”

TikTok creators have apparently wondered the same thing, creating some 618,300 videos using the song since it was posted on the platform.

‘Working is just not my top priority:’ Kourtney Kardashian takes a stand against her sisters.

The Kardashian women are everywhere – even on TikTok. The woman heard in this sound is none other than Kourtney Kardashian from a 2018 episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.”

The moment shows a tearful Kourtney amid one of her many clashes with her sisters, Kim and Khloe. Kourtney explains to her sisters how their priorities differ from hers.

“I think it’s like everyone understanding that we all have different priorities, and like, working is just not my top priority – it’s never going to be,” the eldest Kardashian sister says in an episode that – in part – deals with Kim and Khloe’s perception that Kourtney doesn’t invest enough time in filming the longtime reality show.

Either way, the sound has been a hit with Gen Z, who uses it to joke about their own work ethic.

‘Huh? What? Oh, ok.:’ Trisha Paytas’ viral chicken sandwich moment lives on on TikTok.

Trisha Paytas has made a name for herself on TikTok, often posting videos inspired by the Broadway musical Beetlejuice. Her presence on the platform expands beyond her own account.

Long before Popeyes released its infamous chicken sandwich, in the longtime influencer posted a review of another new chicken sandwich, from Burger King. As part of her review, the always over-the-top Paytas made her infamous comments after she was approached while eating in her car.

The sound has been used by TikTok users to make more than 51,000 videos, though some will remember its virality on Twitter months earlier.

‘They do this every year:’ Post Malone meets Sid from ‘Ice Age.’

This sound combines two pop culture phenomena that join forces to make an unexpected collaboration: Post Malone and Sid, the lovable sloth from Blue Sky Sudios’ “Ice Age.”

The beginning of the sound relies on Post’s 2019 hit “Circles” from his album “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” while Sid in the 2002 film is edited in to deliver the line “they do this every year.”

The original sound appears to be posted by TikTok user Andy Hansz, who shared the video to his TikTok in a screen recording that shows the sound was created on an iPhone using GarageBand.

‘Big boobs? What? Child, anyways?:’ Nicki Minaj has had it with Instagram trolls.

I do hate doing things and not perfecting it but here is one quick video that I didn’t have time to make it perf bc I was running late #notforyoupage

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