“Merlin” is the last great success of netflixA series that has multiple nominations for the 2023 Golden Globes, and as always when something becomes popular it has its own challenge In TIC Toc, the lead actress of the show who dances Jenna Ortega This has been repeated thousands of times.
video where “Merlin” comes out dancing with a song Lady Gagawhich is not the same as that seen in the series, but the success has been such that the singer mimics his own steps which is now known as “Merlina Challenge”,
Video published by singer of “poker face” It has also become very popular and has already collected over seven million views and over a million “likes” and has generated thousands of comments.
especially The dance that became so famous was staged by Jenna Ortega herself At least that’s what the actress confessed, who says she invented the choreography all on her own, so it was pretty surprising to her that it went so viral.
“I was really feeling very insecure about this. I choreographed it myself and I think it’s pretty clear that I’m not a dancer or a choreographer. I only watch videos of goth kids dancing in clubs in the 80s was inspired by.”, explained the young actress to Vulture.
Jenna Ortega’s iconic dance in “Merlina”
in the fourth episode of the series called “What a night it was”never students attend the raven dance, where “Merlin” performs some catchy dance steps to the beats of “Goo Goo Muck” From The Cramps. Instead of using the song as it appears in the series, many fans Choreography with “Bloody Mary” by Lady GagaWhich was released 11 years ago.
and a few days ago Jenna Ortega confessed that during the recording of the popular scene he had COVID-19, The actress admitted that she had acute body pain along with other symptoms of the condition, and even tested positive, however, she continued to work.
It was during an interview where the 20-year-old said that this part of the series was recorded on her first day with the transition.
“I woke up and it’s weird, I never get sick and when I do it’s not too bad, I had body aches. I felt like I was hit by a car and a pixie in my throat had come loose and was scratching the walls of my esophagus,” he recalled.
He also said he received the drug during the outage while he waited for his test. “I asked to do it again but we didn’t have time. I think I probably could have done a little better.”