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"Her Lyrics Are Better Than The Original": ANNE-MARIE Reacts To MS. EVERYTHING Viral Video

Camille Santos

Posted at July 15, 2020


While the world was in lockdown—and it still is, so don't go out just yet!—TikTok videos somehow became a source of reprieve for many. Aside from the various dance videos, life hacks, etc., the video-sharing platform also brought forth naturally funny content.

And Ericka Camata a.k.a. Ms. Everything was probably the first name you thought off the top of your head. For those who aren't aware, the bubbly 20-year-old from Samar went viral in March after she did a "low-budget" cover of Anne-Marie's hit single "2002."

Courtesy: Ms. Everything Vlogs

Fast forward to the present, MYX had the British singer-songwriter react to the said video during an exclusive online interview with VJs Ai dela Cruz and Samm Alvero.

"I have to say I’m very impressed with the [transitions]," Anne-Marie quipped. "I felt like they were some of the best I’ve ever seen. I also feel like her lyrics are maybe better than the original."

"I think on my next live performance, I’m gonna go pbbbt (imitating Ms. Everything's sound effect) instead of ‘Oops!’" she adorably struggled to say with a straight face. Skip to the 11:28 mark to watch her reaction to the clip or you can just watch the full MYXclusive interview below!

Anne-Marie is set to release her sophomore album—the follow-up to 2018's Speak Your Mind—later this year. Her previously released singles "Birthday" and "Her" will appear on the upcoming project alongside the new collab with Doja Cat titled "To Be Young" dropping this Friday, July 17.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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