Wednesday”: Lady Gaga recreates the viral “Bloody Mary” dance
Lady Gaga has recreated Jenna Ortega’s viral dance since Wednesday after fans on TikTok adapted it to the singer’s 2011 track “Bloody Mary.”
In a scene from the popular new Netflix show, Ortega (Wednesday Addams) dances to The Cramps’ “Goo Goo Muck”, which has gone viral since the series aired.
In many of the TikTok recreations, fans have danced to Gaga’s album song “Born This Way”, which has led to a significant increase in views.
The trend has clearly caught on with Gaga, who performed her own version of the dance on her TikTok page with the song in the background.
“BLOOD WEDNESDAY,” he wrote in the caption of the post, which can be seen below.
On Twitter, Gaga shared her love for Ortega and the show. On Wednesday, on Addams’ official Twitter account, a message read: I see you doing my dance steps to Lady Gaga’s ‘Bloody Mary’. I understand that the little monsters follow her. I allow it”.
Gaga then responded: Kill Wednesday! You’re welcome to the Haus of Gaga anytime (and bring Something, we love paws around here).
Check out the dance and interaction below.
In a four-star review for Wednesday, NME wrote: “This is a re-imagining, not a rewrite, and the main character survives. Jenna Ortega enjoys Wednesday’s acid wit, her cheeky antics, her perfect twist. I .interview where she talked about “challenges” and that she has to fight to protect her vision for the role, but it seems that the creative differences have been resolved.
“Wednesday” will be a rare occurrence. It’s cold, creepy, mysterious and creepy, and a real joy.”
This week, Ortega declared that he was “always against” the series’ love triangle. In the series, barista Tyler (Hunter Doohan) and artist Xavier (Percy Hynes White) compete for the affection of Wednesday Addams (Ortega) at Nevermore Academy.
“For the boys, I had to accept it,” explained Ortega. “Honestly, I’m going to really fight this love triangle because it’s just to protect me. I don’t think Wednesday has ever been in a love triangle.”