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Australian influencer goes viral after she was caught crawling on a beach for Tik Tok challenge

Wannabe model who got her friends to film her writhing on the sand at a beach as onlookers jeered discovers she’s become a viral hit – but certainly isn’t bothered by the attention

  • Alyssa Sinacori has gone viral for her version of a popular Tik Tok challenge
  • The aspiring influencer was crawling on the beach singing an ABBA song
  • But onlookers filmed her and shared the videos online without context
  • She later shared video of the moment she learned she’d become an online hit 

An aspiring influencer who took part in a viral Tik Tok challenge crawling and writhing around in the water at a beach has filmed the exact moment she found out she had been turned into a meme.

Alyssa Sinacori shared a video to her Tik Tok account back in September of herself miming the lyrics to ‘Lay All Your Love on Me’ by ABBA.

In the footage, Ms Sinacori crawled out of the ocean as waves lapped behind her, flicking her hair before rolling backwards and flinging herself backwards toward the camera.

The video was part of a challenge imitating a scene between Sky and Sophie in the hit 2008 movie Mamma Mia, in which the couple danced and sung the song to one another on the beach.  

An aspiring influencer who took part in a viral Tik Tok challenge crawling and writhing around in the water at a beach has filmed the exact moment she found out she had been turned into a meme

What Ms Sinacori didn’t immediately realise is that she’d attracted a crowd of onlookers, many of whom were also filming her. 

While some people ignored the young girl, who was on the beach with two friends at the time, others were caught up in the performance. 

Ms Sinacori has since come across several different versions of her video, many which don’t seem to realise what exactly she was doing.

‘If ya gunna act like a goose, might as well be a cooked one,’ Brown Cardigan wrote alongside a version of the footage, along with the hashtag #doheapsless.

But the Instagrammer doesn’t seem too bothered by the attention, going so far as to create a new video which was shared to her page and called out the popular page for sharing her footage without tagging her. 

The Instagrammer doesn't seem too bothered by the attention, going so far as to create a new video which was shared to her page and called out Brown Cardigan for sharing her footage without tagging her

The Instagrammer doesn’t seem too bothered by the attention, going so far as to create a new video which was shared to her page and called out Brown Cardigan for sharing her footage without tagging her

In the footage, Ms Sinacori crawled out of the ocean as waves lapped behind her, flicking her hair before rolling backwards and flinging herself backwards toward the camera

In the footage, Ms Sinacori crawled out of the ocean as waves lapped behind her, flicking her hair before rolling backwards and flinging herself backwards toward the camera

Several of her fans also responded to the video urging them to tag her account in their post. 

On Sunday, she uploaded a new Tik Tok video titled: ‘Yep I’m that b***h on the beach’. 

‘Within five minutes of it being posted on that stupid page I had over 30,000 messages,’ she told her followers.

‘When I go out people refer to me as that b***h on the beach… but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

‘That is me, shaking my a**.’

Ms Sinacori said while she was filming the original video, she noticed one other girl filming and ‘stared at her’, hoping that she would stop.

She then came across the footage on social media and re-posted it, because she thought it was ‘funny’ that somebody had gone out of their way to post her interpretation of the challenge.

Ms Sinacori, who has a background as a dancer, has since amassed 35,000 followers on Instagram. 

What Ms Sinacori didn't immediately realise is that she'd attracted a crowd of onlookers, many of whom were also filming her

In the footage, Ms Sinacori crawled out of the ocean as waves lapped behind her, flicking her hair before rolling backwards and flinging herself backwards toward the camera

Ms Sinacori said while she was filming the original video, she noticed one other girl filming and ‘stared at her’, hoping that she would stop

'Within five minutes of it being posted on that stupid page I had over 30,000 messages,' she told her followers

‘Within five minutes of it being posted on that stupid page I had over 30,000 messages,’ she told her followers

What is the ‘Lay All Your Love On Me’ Tik Tok Challenge? 

In the first Mamma Mia movie which was released in 2008, Sophie and Sky performed a scene singing the song to one another on the day before their wedding.

In the scene, the couple sing to one another while crawling and dancing on a beach in Greece.  

The scene was adapted by Tik Tok users in 2020 into a ‘challenge’, in which people imitated the routine with their own spin. 

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