SA ladies' failed #JerusalemaChallenge dance leaves tweeps in stitches

SA ladies' failed #JerusalemaChallenge dance leaves tweeps in stitches

- A local woman shared a short clip of herself and colleagues doing the #JerusalemaChallenge

- The ladies, however, seem unable to get all the moves right, instead nearly bumping into one another

- Their failed attempt still managed to still entertain tweeps, who left many comments under the post

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While everyone wants their chance to shine while doing Master KG's #JerusalemaChallenge, not everyone has the moves to match the ambition. These beautiful local ladies sadly can attest to that.

In a video uploaded to Twitter by QueenMatso, the ladies can be seen attempting the dance rather clumsily. While some managed to get the just of it, others looked around for guidance while nearly slapping their fellow dance member with their hair. It was just a mess.

"We tried the challenge at work. Look at me fumbling and hitting everyone with my hair." wrote QueenMatso.

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While the ladies didn't exactly ace the challenge, they did managed to entertain Twitter users who laughed at their lack of coordination.

@Fitmasi said:

"You're a real spitfire and that's exactly what we like on this site CC!"

@shuggashake wrote:

"There is a rhythm towards the end."

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In other Briefly.co.za news, 23 years ago the world lost an icon. On the 31st of August 1997, Lady Diana Spencer passed away in Paris, France. She left behind her two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, who were just 15 and 12 years old.

Today, Prince William Duke of Cambridge is married with three children of his own. Whilst Prince Harry Duke of Sussex is married with one child. The world has not forgotten the impact that Lady Diana Spencer left behind.

Social media is full of posts of remembrance of the late Princess of Wales who would've been 59 years old this year. Many social media users have shared images and quotes from Lady Diana.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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