Tracee Ellis Ross has found numerous ways to incorporate comedy into her social media posts.Although it is unclear if each moment was intended to be purposely funny, one instance occurred last month after the actress participated in The Drop dance challenge with friends. Another event took place on April 5 when Ross tried promoting the Tortoise Pick from her Pattern hair care company. The clip starts with the unnamed woman saying the phrases Oh and get it repeatedly. As she zooms in on Ross pick, she then begins to say, Coming in, coming in tight, coming in on the pick. Coming in on the pick. As the recording continues, the camerawoman then shifts her attention from the pick to Ross’ backside. While panning the camera down, she said, But can’t leave out the tushie. Cause the tushie is doing things it shouldn’t do. Oh, oh, for me and you. Aye, oh, shake it around in a circle, maybe a square, I don’t know where you want to go, up to you. The video abruptly ends after Ross turns around and walks out of the camera frame. In addition to the upload, Ross informed her followers to view the clip with the sound on. In the caption Ross wrote while promoting the Pattern pick, Sound on (laughing emoji) the Tortoise Pick is sold out on @patternbeauty but you can still get one at @sephora! As fans viewed the post, many flooded Ross comment section with remarks about the camerawoman and her commentary.
The commentary is everything. Let’s applause the hype woman! Whoever is doing the hype song is the absolute best!!! Lmao at the camerawoman/hype woman. The hype woman in the background giving all the commentary is advertising genius and comedic! This is how TikTok feels for me, The High Note star, 47, said before proceeding to twist, roll around and shake. Make sure they think you have rhythm, Ross told her followers. Oh my god. I got it. It’s done. I’m a TikToker. Heyyy TikToker. Heyyy. The actress appeared to be short of breath as she continued to dance and twerk. At the end, Ross confessed, Seriously, I can’t. The video was a part of her film The High Note’s dance challenge. How my experience with #TheHighNote challenge is going @thehighnotefilm, she captioned the clip. Fans couldn’t get enough of the Hollywood star’s hilarious explanation of the video-sharing app. Wow I thought I was the only one who felt that way and do the same stuff you just doing now, one commented, while another wrote, That's EXACTLY what it is!! Earlier in the week, Ross encouraged fans to stop for a minute and do The High Note dance challenge. In the same video, the Black-ish star showed off her Stop for a Minute choreography from the movie, which is available on demand May 29.
Ross has been dancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Over the weekend, Diana Ross' daughter spoke with Oprah Winfreyduring the WW Presents: Oprah’s Your Life in Focus: A Vision Forward – Live Virtual Experience about one of her dance videos that went viral on Instagram last month. I keep having dance parties. I love a little dance party with myself, Ross shared. Sometimes they are not as joyful as that, sometimes they are about clearing the air but I thought that was a good one to post and I’m so happy it resonated.
First, Tracee nailed the #mutechallenge, where the crowd followed Beyoncé's command to be dead silent when prompted during the song Energy. In an Instagram post captioned, I muted y'all! WHAT A SHOW!, Tracee waited until the lyrics: Big wave in the room, the crowd gon' move/ Look around everybody on mute, and she zipped her lips right on cue.
Unfortunately, Tracee was among the only people to follow the challenge, so overall, LA took an L. However, Tracee won!But here's where Tracee's unbelievable extra credit came in. Beyoncé urged all her fans to wear silver in honor of her birthday month.Ms. Tracee delivered, but not with just any old, silver Paco Rabanne mirrored sequin chainmail mini dress.Tracee's silver dress was an homage to her famous mother, Diana Ross, who wore the same dress by the Spanish designer for her performance with The Supremes on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1967.