What Happens When Musical.ly Stars Get Their Own Show?

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  • Published on:  Friday, July 20, 2018
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    Singing isn't the only thing people are pretending to do on musical.ly; apparently the app is home to an entirely more pretentious genre of lazy content: lip synch acting. But how far can someone go in life just by mouthing words that other people said? Turns out, pretty far actually.

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  • Daniel Gomez
    Daniel Gomez  3 months ago +27711

    Love this episode. Everyone did awesome job. Love you Drew. Waited so long for this video yo come. Now. Can't wait the next episode to come out. Love the song.

    • Olivia Haines
      Olivia Haines  5 days ago

      Sheckel McGrabStein Love this comment. You did an awesome job. Love you Sheckel. Waited so long for this comment to come. Now can't wait for the next commentary to come out. Love the punctuation.

    • dipperpines_su
      dipperpines_su  6 days ago

      Hehe

    • FileExplorer
      FileExplorer  15 days ago

      Are you here to do the makeout?

    • Micaela Royo
      Micaela Royo  21 days ago

      Perfect

    • onikuidol
      onikuidol  24 days ago

      I SEE THAT KOTORI PROFILE PIC HELL YA

  • Brendan Wilson
    Brendan Wilson  9 hours ago

    Sucks that tik tok is using aaaaaall this shit in their ads

  • Bradley Martin
    Bradley Martin  yesterday

    Well they're on the verge trying to put there body language to the idea of the "sounds being played" there kinda acting out the scene. As if that was a script. I mean when it's just one dude saying a monologue. It's like a mock run. But it's almost like watching someone before the go onto the set in there room reading the script and acting out the scene in the mirror. And we are looking at them through the mirror. Its cringey alone but in context, those acts he does would be pretty good. I'm not really saying anything about the dude. Just the concept. It's a platform where per say talented people who have time and energy and balls to put stuff like that out. Alot of stuff like that out. It makes practice and portfolio. So you know employers can have credibility in the skill. Lolz

  • dreadful
    dreadful  yesterday

    why does musically
    *is suck*

  • Michael Easterling

    Just thought I would let you know that when you said no one talks about their job at "the restaurant" you were only like 90% right.
    I work at a small family owned, non-chain restaurant and all employees who are part of the family call it "the restaurant" because it's the only one in the family.
    I know this is a pretty unique situation, but I hear several people talk about "the restaurant" in everyday speech.
    Also your videos suck and you smell really bad.

  • R0KURU
    R0KURU  2 days ago

    I am so happy I found your channel, absolutely top notch sense of humor!

  • Sophie C.
    Sophie C.  2 days ago

    The whole time I just looked at why does musically *is* suck

  • Snook
    Snook  2 days ago

    13:37 he's holding the bass the wrong way round lmao

  • Hannah Ruby
    Hannah Ruby  3 days ago

    Drew should be the guy who does voiceovers on documentaries

  • Winter Wolf
    Winter Wolf  3 days ago

    Ah Damn, I coulda been famous for my ability to lip-sync to the Adventures of Tintin movie (2011). Imagine a teenage girl in a blue sweater and captain’s hat swearing to the ceiling with no pants on

  • Kalina Tringas
    Kalina Tringas  3 days ago

    11:10 “and i’m a dad”

  • Waifu Laifu
    Waifu Laifu  3 days ago

    The whole brat thing is so bad... But I can see people watching it purely because of the girl or 'actor' they follow.
    "Vaguely pretty girls with a lot of make up on badly act ... The show"

  • GeneralGrant
    GeneralGrant  3 days ago

    People found a way to fake faking real life

  • arturleaorf
    arturleaorf  3 days ago

    Boss Cheer is Whiplash without any of the things that make Whiplash good

  • Mehrdad Mirshamsi

    To give the benefit of the doubt to the show my friends leave there lockers open and witeout locks too.

  • McGunther
    McGunther  3 days ago

    And i thought nickelodeon was bad

  • NightOdin
    NightOdin  4 days ago

    well tiktok replaced it. fuck tiktok.

  • Beth Potter
    Beth Potter  4 days ago

    1:04

  • ventilationsystem 05

    "Plus, there's a guy I like. He's clearly gay but I can convert him"

  • Abby Tafoya
    Abby Tafoya  4 days ago

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