There are some things you just can’t unsee, and watching miniature cartoon replicas of your friends pole dancing and sashaying all over your newsfeed is definitely one of those things.
Created by Huanshi Ltd., this new Chinese app “My Idol” is taking social media by storm. It’s completely free of charge and has generated hundreds of creepy videos all over the Internet.
The catch, however, is that it’s only available in Mandarin, but don’t let that deter you from experiencing this epic creation because it’s fairly easy to use.
Once you download it on your iPhone, you just need to take a selfie and upload it. The app will then animate it and ask you to customize it to your own liking. When you’re done modifying the gender, attire and the background, you can make your replica perform dances that range from singing opera, to a stripper pole routine, to singing “Let it Go.”
Here are some of the gems:
It gets even better:
And a little scarier:
I'm supposed to be studying for SATs but instead I made a myidol of our superintendent Mussoline ???????? pic.twitter.com/Vzn0sv3jJi— Mary Kate (@MaryKateConway) April 23, 2015
Ever since that MyIdol app my grasp on sanity has been gradually slipping pic.twitter.com/sN74kQa13M— Belle (@belle_sensei) April 22, 2015
Just when you thought you had seen it all, here is Morgan Freeman in panda suit singing the wildly popular Frozen song.
Bet you didn’t see that one coming.
As of now, “My Idol” is only available for iPhone users, but seeing its popularity, the android version might be out soon.