What is the 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' trend on TikTok?

THERE'S always a trendy phrase found on the Internet that goes viral among the social media audience.

In the spirit of confidence trends such as Hot Girl Summer or Christian Girl Autumn, 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' is taking over TikTok.

What is the 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' trend on TikTok?

If you're a user scrolling through TikTok or come across viral clips, chances are the 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' made it to your screen at some point.

Over an acapella audio, TikTokers are posting short videos of themselves engaging in their usual activity.

The audio of the trend consists of a female voice chanting: "Gorgeous gorgeous girls love soup."

The audio continues: "Soup girls are the most popular girls in the chicken coup. I love you, you love me, we love soup ladadeeda."

"Ladadeeda ladadeeda, soup queens are soup fiends and soup fiends get the greens. So eat your soup and be cool," the audio ends.

TikTok users adapted the audio and replaced the soup portion with whatever activity they are doing in their video post.

Who started the 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' trend?

The original TikTok post was crafted on August 23, 2021, by a user named Serena and her friend Alanna, which Serena posted to her profile under @fishdress.

Serena and Alanna are responsible for the 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' video and audio that is everywhere on TikTok.

Their clip earned over two million views and their recording has been used in over 14,000 related videos.

Platform trendspotters give their own spin on the trend, which resulted in the gorgeous gorgeous girls meme taking over social media.

In short, 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' love anything the user desires, mostly the simple things in life that includes soup.

What did the 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' say about their viral meme?

Serena and Alanna, the originators of the 'gorgeous gorgeous girls' movement, were interviewed by Rolling Stone in December of 2021.

Serena told Rolling Stone: "My friend and I just kind of talk like that all the time, like, just saying random things like that."

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She stated: "So, when it started picking up so immensely, I was kind of like, ‘Why?' Why do people think this is so funny?"

Serena added the trend went viral because of a need to "identify as hot, or gorgeous, or sexy, not in a form of conceit, but just in appreciation of one’s gorgeousness."

To commemorate their online achievement, Serena and Alanna posted a follow up, in which "gorgeous gorgeous girls" love sushi.

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