TikTok has found the best “twerking angle” thanks to a simple trick you can do at home

TikTok’s latest trend, known as the “Ceiling Challenge,” is taking over the app by having YouTubers stick their phones to the wall and dance toward the camera.

Many dancers seem to think TikTok has found the best “twerking angle” thanks to the easy trick you can do at home to complete the viral ceiling challenge.

In the “Ceiling Challenge” on TikTok, YouTubers glue their phones to the wall

A brand new TikTok trend known as the “Ceiling Challenge” involves sticking your phone to the ceiling with some type of tape and dancing toward the camera above you.

The focus of the blanket challenge is the song “Surround Sound” by JID featuring 21 Savage and Baby Tate.

The song’s energetic rhythm will have everyone on the app dancing along TikTok sound Currently, over 57,000 videos have been created with the catchy tune.

The viral hashtag #CeilingChallenge has reached over 317 million views.

Many of the popular videos show people twerking, but some YouTubers have decided to get involved in wilder ways.

TikTok’s ceiling challenge doesn’t have to involve twerking

The Ceiling Challenge has taken social media by storm as people from all over the world take part in the crazy trend.

However, the trend doesn’t have to involve twerking. Many YouTubers have participated in the ceiling challenge by simply singing in front of the camera.

Some people have even tried to catch other people with the blanket challenge. A TikTok user named @max_and_karyn1620 surprised her husband when he noticed the phone attached to the ceiling.


My husband moves in front of the camera during the ceiling challenge #goviral #fyppppppp #fyp #funny #maxandkaryn

♬ Original sound – Michael_jk – Michael_jk

Other YouTubers have even taped their phones to the ceiling just to record themselves sleeping in bed.

Creative TikTokers have used the blanket challenge to demonstrate things like hairstyle techniques and crochet crafts.

Social media users love the viral blanket challenge

The TikTok trend has even made its way to Instagram as YouTubers across the internet rise to the challenge.

Some ceiling challenge attempts are more successful than others, as a viral video posted by @samspedy shows the dancer getting caught during her twerking session.


Blanket challenge gone wrong 🤣

♬ Surround Sound – JID

Another viral TikTok video suggests that some people are having a hard time taking part in the ceiling challenge because they can’t reach the ceiling and don’t have tape.

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Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Emma Bowman by emailing EmmaBowman@ustimetoday.com.

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