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Students’ cheeky TikTok videos on Daniel Andrews, Gladys Berejiklian

Students have taken their Halloween costumes up a notch, impersonating Daniel Andrews and Gladys Berejiklian in a series of viral videos.

Students impacted by Covid-19 lockdowns and remote learning have taken a cheeky swipe at the Victorian and NSW premiers as restrictions start to ease.

Two Melbourne VCE students posted a series of TikTok videos impersonating Daniel Andrews and his NSW counterpart Gladys Berejiklian before her recent resignation.

The videos have since gone viral, attracting more than a million views and triggering hundreds of comments of praise.

Mr Andrews and Ms Berejiklian dominated national headlines during the pandemic, with residents in both states becoming very accustomed to seeing them on their TV screens as they fronted the media almost daily.

The first viral video shows the two students – impersonating the two leaders – strutting their moves for the camera to Melbourne’s post-lockdown anthem “Get on the Beers”.

The Mashd N Kutcher hit song featuring memorable one liners from Mr Andrews at daily Covid-19 media briefings took the internet and Australian iTunes charts by storm early on in the pandemic in 2020.

The clip also shows the Victorian premier taking a few swipes at his interstate rival in a cheeky tribute to the state leaders’ public potshots at each other during the pandemic.

“Notice us daddy Dan,” the clip is captioned.

In a second video the pair recreated Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow‘s handshake from their VMA performance of “Void” before twerking.

Another clever video shows the pair lip-synching to rapper Nicki Minaj‘s hit I’m Legit.

“DAN PLEASE! We love you,” the clip is captioned.

The pair even completed their costumes with the NSW Health and Victoria Health logos taped to their backs, a common scene at the daily Covid-19 press conferences.

Unable to get a NorthFace jacket that has become Mr Andrews‘ wardrobe staple, the pair stuck on a handwritten logo to a black suit jacket.

The creativity triggered hundreds of comments online praising them for their extensive efforts.

‘AMAZING! With those iconic walls of our plague times,’ one viewer posted.

Another added: ‘This is top Covid-tier humour.”

Hundreds hailed their dress-ups as the best Halloween costumes ever.

‘This is the best I’ve seen,” one viewer commented.

Another quipped: “Someone lend a real NorthFace.”


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