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Entertainment Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell Harmonize in Hilarious TikTok Singing Challenge

21:02  15 september  2021
21:02  15 september  2021 Source:   people.com

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Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell are proving they have some serious range.

On Monday, Reynolds, 44, posted a funny video on social media showing off his voice for a recent TikTok challenge. The Deadpool actor was singing Mika's 2009 hit song "Grace Kelly," repeating the chorus as he harmonized with himself each time.

Ryan Reynolds et al. posing for the camera: The actors showed off their vocals as they prepare for their upcoming holiday movie musical, Spirited © Ryan Reynolds/Instagram The actors showed off their vocals as they prepare for their upcoming holiday movie musical, Spirited

Ferrell, 54, then appeared in the clip belting in a hilarious falsetto as Reynolds looked confused before joining back in.

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Many followers joked in the comments asking the actors to release more duets and drop an album together. The singing challenge even got the approval of Octavia Spencer, Jeremy Renner, and Jordin Sparks.

"Late to the Grace Kelly Tik Tok trend but WAY early for our Christmas movie musical," Reynolds captioned the post, hinting at the two stars' joint project.


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Over the summer, Reynolds tweeted about his excitement for the AppleTV+ project as they kicked off filming. However, the movie does not have a release date yet.

"Day 1 shooting with one of my comedy idols, Will Ferrell," he wrote in July, going on to joke, "You'd barely notice this was an @Apple movie! Also iOS 14.6 will begin installing in 7 seconds … "

Both stars are veterans to holiday films. Reynolds starred in the 2005 Christmas romantic comedy Just Friends (which he recently recreated a scene from on TikTok!), while Ferrell was the titular character in the 2003 classic Elf.

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