Thomas Rhett’s Humorous Impression Of Teenagers Doing TikTok Dances Is Spot-On
Thomas Rhett just shared an impression of teenagers learning TikTok dances and it’s absolutely hilarious. The “Slow Down Summer” singer…
Thomas Rhett; Photos via Instagram
Thomas Rhett just shared an impression of teenagers learning TikTok dances and it’s absolutely hilarious.
The “Slow Down Summer” singer took to Instagram to share a video of himself doing an impersonation of “every teenager learning TikTok dances in PCB (Panama City Beach).”
“How’d I do?,” Rhett captioned the post.
In the clip, the father of four can be seen in what appears to be a beachside souvenir shop trying his hand at a few TikTok dance moves while browsing the store.
The video caught the attention of artists like HARDY, who wrote, “Yoooo hahaha spot on,” and Lily Rose, who shared, “Hahahaha so accurate.”
Other Instagram users shared comments like “nailed it,” “such a dad,” and “so much truth!”
A teacher said she can completely relate.
“Try teaching Math class with all that going on. I’m like, if you can remember the dance sequence, you can memorize your multiplication facts,” she wrote in the comments section.
Thomas Rhett and his family enjoyed some time at the beach before Rhett returned to Nashville for a busy CMA Fest week.
The superstar is set to perform at a Sirius XM/ Pandora event on Tuesday evening. On Friday, Rhett will take the stage at Nissan Stadium for his official CMA Fest performance alongside Carly Pearce, Cole Swindell, Deana Carter, Gabby Barrett, Kane Brown, Kelsea Ballerini, and Lainey Wilson.
The trek launches on June 17 in Gilford, New Hampshire, and runs through October 15.
Rhett recently released his new album, Where We Started, and also celebrated his 19th No.1 with “Slow Down Summer.”
Thomas Rhett’s latest single, “Half Of Me,” featuring Riley Green, is at country radio now.
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