Nicole Scherzinger, 41, and her boyfriend Thom Evans, 34, get sweaty in sexy dance video after finally joining Tik Tok – The Sun

NICOLE Scherzinger, 41, and her boyfriend Thom Evans, 34, got sweaty in a sexy dance video after finally joining Tik Tok.

The gorgeous Pussycat Dolls singer wore a cropped top and leopard-print leggings for the hip-hop routine.

She stood with her hands on her hips and grinding her chest, before swapping places with her beau as the mash-up of MC Hammer's classic track U Can't Touch This played.

Ex-rugby ace Thom – who appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2014 – did well to keep up with the professional dancer and showed off his rippling biceps in a vest and shorts.

Sharing the video on Instagram, Nicole told fans: "Well… I finally gave in to @tiktok"

And one replied: "Thank you!!! Please keep doing more. I love you so much. And thanks for more content of you two "


Another new viral challenge is taking TikTok by storm as teens try to fill their time while on lockdown during the coronavirus crisis.

Participants in the emoji hand gesture challenge – including celebs such as the Jonas Brothers – have to bust out a series of complex hand signals.

The trend has picked up in recent weeks following new measures to stop the spread of coronavirus put in place by officials across the globe.

Millions of people have been told – or in some cases forced by law – to work from home or "attend" school via remote learning.

The challenge tasks participants to copy a list of hand emojis that appear on your screen.

For instance, there might be a sequence in which users have to pull a thumbs up followed by a peace sign followed by a whole bunch more.

If that's not tricky enough, you have to time the sequence with a fast-paced dance track.

Most people do it to the beat of the song, "Y2K & Bbno$ – Lalala (ilkan Gunuc Remix)".

There are thousands of hand gesture challenge videos on TikTok, making it tricky to pick out where it all began.

The first clips appear to have emerged around December 2019, with a spike in January.

Numbers have picked up again recently with millions stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.

It's now one of the biggest trends on the app this year.

Like any big social media challenge, a bunch of stars have had a crack at the challenge.

American pop stars the Jonas Brothers were one of the first, and they smashed it.

Ashley Banjo, leader of dance troupe Diversity, has also had a go, while jungle queen Jacqueline Jossa posted husband Dan Osborne doing the challenge.

 

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