Jessica Alba is the latest celebrity to join TikTok during self-isolation and the internet is not mad about it.
The 38-year-old proved that she’s still hip and cool by doing the #savagechallenge that has gone viral on TikTok in recent weeks. But unlike other celebrities or your weird aunt who *definitely* shouldn’t have access to social media, Jessica can still bust a move.
Her moves were so iconic that even O.G savage Megan Thee Stallion chimed in to compliment her dance skills.
“Hot girl Jessica checking in,” Meg captioned the post on Instagram.
We shouldn’t be surprised though, it was less than 20 years ago that Jessica Alba won our hearts in the 2003 dance flick Honey.
But while we’re all living for the queen of dance returning to her throne after almost two decades, her children aren’t such big fans.
“You are kind of cringey on TikTok,” Alba’s youngest daughter Haven said before Honor (11) nodded in agreement.
In true mum fashion, Alba asked her daughters if she was lame, to which her daughter promptly informed her that yes, she is lame.
“It would be lame if a kid was doing it, but, like, since you’re a mom it doesn’t matter.”
Personally, I don’t think there’s anything lame about her cool 3.6 million followers and 20+ million likes on the platform. She’s not a regular mom, she’s a cool mom who can amass a casual 6.6 million followers on her “cringey” dance video.
Honestly, somebody needs to inform these children that their mother was an early 00s dance goddess. Show some respect to our queen, Honey.
To celebrate this momentous occasion in dance, it is time to reminisce one of the greatest dance scenes in film history. Pass the tissues, I am sobbing.