Tiffany Haddish’s attempt at the Silhouette Challenge took an unexpected turn after boyfriend Common joined in.
The Girls Trip actress has followed in the footsteps of singer Chloe Bailey to take on the sultry TikTok challenge, which sees the person pull sexy dance moves in the dark with neon lights highlighting their figure.
In her video, Tiffany begins the challenge wearing a hair bonnet and a wrapping herself up in a coat.
Once the lights go down, the actress begins posing before her boyfriend Common enters the smoky room. After wrapping his arms around her waist, the couple share kisses but the Glory rapper makes a misstep, ‘accidentally’ whipping off Tiffany’s wig in all the excitement.
Common drops the wig on the floor in shock and while Tiffany shrugs, he walks off laughing ending the video.
Former NBA star Dwyane Wade commented: ‘I see my guy had to come in there and get you right. Hell yea bro?.’
Another follower joked: ‘Hilarious. Y’all don dry humped the wig off.’
Insecure actress Yvonne Orji said: ‘Ohhhhhh it’s getting Spicyyyyy ??. U BEEN ready.’
Declaring Tiffany and Common the Silhouette Challenge winners, another follower commented: ‘Challenge over, TikTok closed, social media expired. Go home.’
‘Yasssssssss Tiffany You did that!!!!! I’m screaming,’ one weighed in as another fan stated: ‘Best one period.’
Tiffany, 41, confirmed she and Common, 48, were dating in August after months of speculation as they self-isolated together.
Speaking on Steve-O’s Wild Ride, Tiffany said she was ‘in a relationship’ and when asked if it was with Common she replied: ‘Yeah. We’re twins now’, referring to her decision to shave her head.
She went on: ‘This is hands down the best relationship I’ve ever been in. Knock on wood!
‘I’ve lost 20 pounds since I’ve been in this relationship. I feel more confident in me and it’s not him that’s doing it. I’m just way happier and it’s like knowing I got somebody that cares about me, that really has my back. It seems like he does anyways. And I love it. I love him.’
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