Roll With It TikTok trend prompts biblical Liam Gallagher impressions
20 September 2022, 13:51 | Updated: 20 September 2022, 15:40
#RollWithIt has started trending on the micro video blogging platform, seeing scores of fans doing their best Oasis and Liam Gallagher tributes.
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Oasis song Roll With It has trended on TikTok, seeing the 1995 anthem uploaded by users on the platform.
The Manchester band's classic single, which is taken from their (What's the Story) Morning Glory album is finding a whole new audience, with teens and adults alike sharing their take on the trend.
So what is the #RollWithIt trend about anyway and what does it involve?
Find out here and get some of the best takes below:
What's the Roll With It trend on TikTok?
The #RollWithIt trend sees TikTok users play the intro to the classic Oasis track, usually donning a a bucket hat or performing in "laddish" type behaviour, before they sing the lines "You gotta roll with it," with a mic above their heads in classic Liam Gallagher style. Friends in or family members are often in on the trend, helping to hold up a mic or flashing their lights behind the singer.
See some of the best clips we've seen so far below.
This example sees someone pretend to punch a someone in order to steal his bucket hat and grab a bottle of beer before singing the song's famous first line.
Izzy scored a goal in her garden, donning glasses and a hoody before using her light fixture as a mic stand.
This user shared a particularly cute example of her brother taking part in the trend, who she called her "little LG".
This man used a bottle of gin as his over-extended mic stand.
Meanwhile, Radio X is set to celebrate Liam Gallagher's 50th Birthday with special shows.
From 1pm, Dan O'Connell will relive highlights from Radio X Presents Liam Gallagher at O2 Ritz in Manchester.
Then at 7pm, Rich Wolfenden will take the Evening Show to Knebworth - he'll have highlights of Liam's enormous show on 3rd June earlier this year as he made his biblical return to that iconic field.
Plus, on RadioX.co.uk and our social media channels, we'll be paying tribute to Liam through his best moments, his words of wisdom, classic clips and more.
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