Lady Gaga attempts to incorporate Wednesday's TikTok dance trend into her song "Bloody Mary"

As Jesus said, Lady Gaga is a master at dancing with her hands above her head, and her latest TikTok proves it. On Dec. 8, Lady Gaga performed Jenna Ortega's viral dance from Netflix's hit series " Wednesdays," which TikTok users have set to the soundtrack of her 2011 Born This Way song "Bloody" Mary”, which Gaga enjoyed very much.

In her black-and-white video, Gaga donned her best makeup (presumably from her Haus Labs collection) and recreated Wednesday Addams' gothic schoolgirl look. The 13-time Grammy winner effortlessly replicated Ortega's bizarre choreography in a soaring version of "Bloody Mary," before going all out at the end. "Bloody Wednesday," she wrote in the caption of the post, officially winning the trend that even Kim Kardashian's daughter North West has tried.

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In the Netflix show, Wednesday performs a silly and spooky routine in Rave'n Dance at her school, Nevermore Academy, but the music playing is the song "Goo Goo Muck" by The Cramps. Apparently, TikTok just thought Gaga's song was a better fit, and the trend has given "Bloody Mary" a resurgence in popularity, a massive increase in streams, and even some radio play from New York City's Z100 radio station.

Adams approved of the trend via the show's Twitter account on Wednesday, and received a gracious response from the singer. “I saw you doing my dance moves to @LadyGaga’s Bloody Mary,” the account wrote. "I know she's being stalked by little monsters. I agree." Gaga replied, "Kill Wednesday! You're always welcome at the Haus of Gaga (bring your Thing, we love claws here)."

The move was choreographed by Ortega, who took credit for the inspiration after it went viral on Twitter. "Thanks to Siouxsie Sioux, Bob Fosse's Rich Man's Frug, Lisa Loring, Lene Lovich, Denis Lavant, and archival footage of goths dancing in clubs in the '80s," she wrote. "Help me solve this problem." What's even more impressive is that the actor fell ill while filming the scene, which turned out to be COVID-19. "I felt like I'd been hit by a car and a little goblin had been released down my throat and was scratching the walls of my esophagus," she told NME . "I asked for a redo, but we didn't have time. I thought I could probably do it a little better." Apparently, TikTok disagrees.