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Dr. Phil is one of the latest TikTokers to join in on a dance trend set to The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber’s song “Stay,” with a drone capturing footage of him busting moves on a dusty road.
The video, which was posted on the talk show host’s official TikTok account with 6.9 million followers, shows him shuffling away on a shrub-lined street with wireless earbuds perched in his ears. To date, the video has amassed approximately 6.6 million likes and 31.6 million views.
“How’s my choreography, @totouchanemu?” the caption on Friday’s video reads, shouting out the TikTok user who kicked off the drone-filmed “Stay” dance trend.
How’s my choreography, @totouchanemu ?
“Stay,” a collaborative single from The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber, hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart on August 9 after weeks of it going viral on TikTok.
On July 28, TikTok user @totouchanemu posted a video that showed him using a drone to record himself dancing outside to “Stay.” The video went mega-viral, amassing over 33.3 million likes and 191.7 million views to date.
I may not have @maxtaylorlifts dumpy but I do have a drone.
In the time since that first viral video, @totouchanemu has posted numerous different recreations, including a collaboration with TikTok creator-turned-musician Bella Poarch and multiple takes filmed in Los Angeles.
But that choreography actually originated with TikTok user @maxtaylorlifts, who posted a video dancing to “Stay” on July 25 that has 8 million likes and 59.1 million views. Another version of the video, posted on the creator’s alternate TikTok account, is just as viral, with 9.8 million likes and 56.8 million views.
@maytalorlifts’ moves and @totouchanemu’s drone angles have sparked a wave of viral recreations on TikTok, including Dr. Phil’s.
@totouchanemu gave his blessing to Dr. Phil’s take on the “Stay” trend, commenting on his video.
“daddy phil ice cold,” @totouchanemu wrote.
“I learned from the best,” Dr. Phil replied.
Dr. Phil, whose real name is Phillip Calvin McGraw, has previously gone viral on TikTok. Last September, he took to the platform to ask followers to stop calling him “daddy.”