Anthony Hopkins has become the latest celebrity to take on Drake‘s viral ‘Toosie Slide’ dance.
Drake released the new song and video last month, and its accompanying dance immediately became a TikTok hit.
Hopkins has now joined the scores of celebrities taking on the ‘Toosie Slide’ while self-isolating due to coronavirus. See the video below.
#Drake I’m late to the party… but better late than never. #SylvesterStallone #ArnoldSchwarzenegger #toosieslidechallenge
Elsewhere in the clip, Hopkins impersonated Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
“Hey, Mr Stallone, keep writing! Good part for me in it? Gimme a part, major – huh?” he joked, challenging Stallone to complete the ‘Toosie Slide’ himself.
Then talking to Schwarzenegger, he referenced the star’s pet donkey Lulu and recreating his “I’ll be back” catchphrase from Terminator.
Others who have taken on the ‘Toosie Slide’ challenge include Chelsea footballer Christian Pulisic, incorporating a football into his version of the dance.
Drake also shared a video of a number of Ugandan children doing the viral dance on his Instagram account, raising money for their charity in the process.
Drake shared a new mixtape called ‘Dark Lane Demo Tapes’ last week. Giving the mixtape a two-star review, NME wrote: “Drizzy fails to learn the lessons from his previous album, ‘Scorpion’, on this bloated and unnecessary mixtape, which veers from recycled ideas to outright duds.
“Earlier this year, Drake promised fans that his next album, due in the summer, would be “more concise”. If getting this mixtape out of the way means we get a scorcher of a succinct, 12-track record later in the year, then – all right – we’ll allow it.”