Colton Haynes Hilariously Lip-Syncs To Kim Kardashian's Makeup Tutorial And It's Almost As Funny As The Original!
The actor is once again trolling Kim Kardashian and it’s hilarious! Colton Haynes took to his TikTok account to recreate one of her KKW Beauty tutorials, more specifically, that one in which she was interrupted by her older daughter, North West!
The recreation of the whole clip was honestly masterfully done and managed to get a lot of laughs.
While in quarantine, Colton was probably a little bored, just like everyone else so he decided to post some new content related to someone he’s joked about before – Kim Kardashian!
The Teen Wolf actor felt like shaping his eyebrows and imitating the KUWK star at the same time and it all came out super hilarious.
The clip that he recreated for his TikTok was originally posted on April 9 and was a beauty tutorial by Kim who just kept getting interrupted by her and Kanye West’s firstborn, North, 6!
As Colton lip-syncs to perfection, Kim’s voice can be heard: ‘I’m hiding in the guest room, guys. I am hiding in the guest room because my kids will not leave me alone.’
Colton can be seen brushing his brows with a spoolie with some baking under his eyes.
Offscreen, into the distance, North can be heard shouting: ‘hey, that’s mean!’
Colton reacts, looking pretty distraught as he continued to lip-sync over what Kim says next: ‘North, can I please just do my little tutorial? It’s all I want to do.’
In the caption, the man wrote: ‘Can’t a gal just have a damn moment! Ugh!’
Kim’s clip goes on even further and it’s so unintentionally funny!
While she’s trying to complete her tutorial for the fans, North keeps coming into the room and interrupting her.
The 6 year old bothers her about ‘Pokemon yoga,’ waves her hands in her face and even calls her ‘mean’ for hiding in the bathroom all by herself.
Kim, visibly exasperated by the child’s behavior exclaims: ‘I just want this one fun thing for myself.’
Finally, she completes her ‘quarantine glam’ look which she then says she’s going to wear ‘to my kitchen, where I’m going to get harassed by my kids.’