Father and daughter film epic lip-sync battle for TikTok: ‘Dad, she assassinated you’

A daughter duked it out with her dad in an epic “lip-sync for your legacy” battle. 

RuPaul might have to pull a double save on this one. For the uninitiated, in order to win a challenge, the queens on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars must lip-sync for their legacy. That means the top two contestants compete in a lip-sync battle for the weekly prize of $10,000. 

TikToker Nick Hubbard and his daughter recreated their own battle — and the winner was too close to call. 

The duo danced in their living room to the classic house music track, “100% Pure Love,” by Crystal Waters. 

The little girl vogued, duckwalked and performed cartwheels and splits. Dad had some moves of his own, doing high kicks and spins as he sashayed behind her. They both seemed to know the words to the song perfectly. 

TikTokers weighed in on who they thought the winner was. 

“She ate you up and left no crumbs!” a person commented

“The real winner here is the world, because we got to witness this adorable love,” another said

“Sorry dad she assassinated you! Haha both killed it tho!!!” a user wrote

“Ate her up!!! But she’d get the double save,” a TikToker replied

“Honestly with everything going on this made me cry I want this for everyone how can some one hate thisss,” someone added

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