We’ve all seen more #DontRushChallenge videos than we can count by now, but the latest take from some recognizable reality TV faces has fans crowning this one the best yet. Porsha Williams, Christina Milian, Tammy Rivera, and Tamar Braxton were joined by a few other famous friends to put their own hilarious twist on the popular transformation video challenge.
The challenge, in which participants appear to magically transform from drab to fab over the Young T and Bugsey track “Don’t Rush,” has been making its way around TikTok and Instagram for the past few weeks, and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast members got in on the fun in an Instagram video with her sisters in reality TV.
Also joining the ladies in the challenge were: entertainer B. Simone, comedian Blame it on Kway, rapper Bia, tattoo artist Kat Tat, Crayon Case CEO Supa Cent, model Yodit Yemane, hip-hop artist Light Skin Keisha, and comedian Vena E.
From Porsha’s Henny-and-honey bun to Tammy and daughter Charlie’s cute two-take change, the ladies went all out with individuality, and fans were here for it.
They loved seeing the lighter side of Porsha, and, overall, were impressed by all of the dramatic transformations. It’s the end of the video that stole the show, however, with Kway making an appearance as his popular character Titi.
“I love this! This was the funniest one yet,” commented a fan.
“Why y’all do Kway like that!!!🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣,” laughed a second.
“I’m dead at the fact that you got this henny and honey bun in yo hand 😭😂,” another pointed out.
“This was cute I said I was done watching these but I had to and glad it did 🤣🤣🤣,” wrote a fourth.
“Why y’all do Titi like that 😂😂😂,” another follower asked. “This was one of the best ones.”
“Cute! Tammy and her daughters was cute,” a sixth fan complimented.
One fan summed up the performances succinctly: “BEAT. UNBOTHERED. BEAUTIFUL.”
The challenge was started by 20-year-old Toluwalase Asolo and seven of her friends, who had no idea what a sensation the video they created out of boredom would become. “In all honesty, we did not anticipate this blowing up on the internet,” Toluwalase told Teen Vogue. “We were taken by surprise, but [we were] also overwhelmed with gratitude at how well it has been embraced by people worldwide. We started a movement and we’re extremely proud of ourselves and honored that our idea has been recognized on a global scale.”