Rather than playing Rae Sremmurd's song Black Beatles in the background like most clips have done, the NBC musical aptly opted to use their cast's recording of You Can't Stop The Beat!
The AH-mazing video shows off stars Derek Hough, Shahadi Wright, Dove Cameron, Garrett Clayton, Harvey Fierstein, Martin Short, Ephraim Sykes, newcomer Maddie Baillio, and the ensemble cast frozen in the midst of rehearsals.
Ariana Grande's pop star presence was only represented by her character photo displayed on one of the monitors, but that's probably because the singer didn't even start rehearsals until Friday, according to her Snapchat story.
Watch the talented cast totally slay in the HIGHlarious clip (above)!
This vid is soooo good that we can't WAIT to see how the live musical turns out!
Just when you thought Internet trends couldn't get any more bizarre or creative… cue the Mannequin Challenge!
For those of you who haven't heard about the latest social media craze, it's when a fairly large group of people (often high school or college students) freezes in one place — posing like, you guessed it, mannequins — while someone films.
Apparently, Justin regrets doing this though and only did so on a dare, but we still worry since he was smoking a ton during his troubled period.
Ch-ch-check out the video of him getting his drink on at the beginning of the video (below) and lighting up around the two minute mark as well! Let us know what you think of his behavior — something to worry about or harmless fun?
When Zayn Malikleft One Direction in March and subsequently caused millions of fans to contemplate the meaning of existence, he promised a solo career was in the works.
Now, we can catch a glimpse of what that solo career will bring. And it's pretty much the polar opposite of anything 1D!
To give us a little sneak preview of his new musical stylings, the 22-year-old released a spirited rendition of Rae Sremmurd's No Type — and while different, we can definitely see how he's trying to rebrand his image!
Zayn's vocals tie in well with the hip-hop style, but whether or not this is a direct reflection of his upcoming original music is still up in the air.
The remix was done with UK rapper MIC Righteous, but fans spliced Zayn's vocals without any rapping — because, let's be honest, THAT'S the part everyone is going to judge hardcore to see if it was worth breaking up One Direction for.
Check out Zayn's cover (below) to get a good taste of what's in store for his solo career, and to see if he's just as good without his former bandmates!