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Ryan Reynolds has quite a voice on him which is one of the reasons his latest TikTok video is going viral; we can’t get enough of it!


Global (17 September 2021) – The ‘Grace Kelly’ challenge on TikTok highlights the brilliant harmonies from Mika’s song of the same name, and Ryan Reynolds just did it with Will Ferrell.

The celebrity duo is busy filming a holiday movie musical (yay for more festive movies) called ‘Spirited’ and decided to take on the challenge. Ryan shared the video on his TikTok account, and it went viral.

And why not? The video is firstly brilliant but secondly, who knew Ryan Reynolds has such a great voice?

Mika released “Grace Kelly” back in 2007 with some pretty funky lyrics.

“I could be brown; I could be blue, I could be violet sky
I could be hurtful; I could be purple; I could be anything you like.”

In the TikTok video, Ryan does several harmonies before he is interrupted by Will Ferrell, who brings a whole new layer of vocals to the video. In the caption of the video, Ryan shares that he loves duets.

Take a look at the video below. It is an earworm, and you will be singing it all day long.

@vancityreynoldsLate to the Grace Kelly trend but way early for our movie musical. I ❤️ duets. (And Mika)♬ original sound – Ryan Reynolds

Sources: TikTok
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