Carlin Sterritt slaps Angie Kent’s behind as they copy the ‘horse challenge’ viral video while self-isolating due to coronavirus
The Bachelorette‘s Angie Kent and Carlin Sterritt have jumped on the Tik-Tok bandwagon.
On Wednesday, reality star couple tried out the social media trend ‘the horse challenge’ while in self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In the video, Angie, 30, bends over so only her long blonde hair can be seen, while Carlin, also 30, stands tall. Together they bounce on the spot to mimic a cowboy riding a horse.
Horsing around! On Wednesday, Carlin Sterritt slapped Angie Kent’s behind as they copied the ‘horse challenge’ trend while self-isolating amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Their interpretation was inspired by the original social media video, which went viral in September last year.
It was recently shared on Twitter with the caption ‘Quarantine Day 11’ and has gone viral again, even reaching the band America, whose song Horse With No Name features in the trend.
‘Okay, I crumbled and I’m addicted to watching Tik-Tok videos on Carlin’s account. Day 5 of isolation will do that to you. We’re doin good. Clearly,’ Angie said.
Hilarious! In the video, Angie, 30, bends over so only her long blonde hair can be seen, while Carlin, also 30, stands tall. Together they bounce on the spot to mimic a cowboy riding a horse
Angie also tagged her former Gogglebox co-star Yvie Jones, writing: ‘This one is for you!
On Monday, Angie and Carlin admitted they are ‘going crazy’ in isolation.
In one clip, the former Bachelorette stars indulged in what appeared to be homemade cupcakes with colourful pearl-toned sprinkles.
Wild times on the couch! In a series of Instagram Stories shared on Sunday, Angie Kent and Carlin Sterritt admitted they are ‘going crazy’ as they undertake isolation measures amid the coronavirus epidemic
‘That is the fluffiest icing you have ever seen!’ Carlin raved as Angie beamed in the kitchen.
In other clips, they cuddled together on the couch watching a movie while Carlin loudly sang. Across the video was the caption: ‘We are going a bit crazy over here. Are they even the lyrics?’
As of Wednesday night, there are 2,431 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and nine deaths.
Home time: In the clips, they cuddled together on the couch watching a movie while Carlin loudly sang. An embarrassed Angie seemed to be cringing at his efforts, hiding her face inside her sweatshirt
Statistics: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. As of Wednesday night, there are 2,431 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and nine deaths