June is here again, which means corporate overhaul for the brands that love turning their logos into a rainbow for a singular month. Pride month, the month we celebrate and remember LGBTQIA+ pride and all that it actually stands for, has come around again, and to cut through the corporate noise, we are watching two singular TikTok's that are so deeply camp, they might be enough to rid the world of homophobia once and for all!
Let me set the scene. It's Saturday morning, you're doom-scrolling on your phone before you have to haul your hungover, lifeless body into the world for some weekend admin. Suddenly, the below video appears on your screen by TikTok user @brewstercoo. It heals you. These little claymation-like figures dancing through your screen have made the world a better place. It's not an annoying TikTok dance video created by a teenager who is more famous in 2022 than Shania Twain ever was, it's a masterpiece.
There is not – and I cannot stress this enough – a single flaw in the full scale of this mesmerising production. It is so unassuming and yet so deeply camp. From the fact that they look like Coraline and Phinneas & Ferb, to the choreo, to the Glee cover of I Say a Little Prayer. If these three showed up at the 2019 Met Gala they would have left the rest of the celebrities to perish in their shortcomings. Where were they at the start of the pandemic?
Naturally, the video has gone viral, so instead of depriving us of what we need (deserve), the unholy trinity have posted an encore. If a standing ovation could be offered via the internet, this would be the moment.
Forget Haim, we must get these three, whoever they even are, to celebrity status immediately.