Jordin Sparks shocked fans with her new Instagram video that showcased the process of putting on jeans while having thick thighs. The season six “American Idol” winner uploaded a video of her struggling to put on medium blue washed skinny jeans as the song “Savage Remix” by Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé played in the background.
While Jordin stretched, squatted and jumped in the pants, she played a verse of the song that said, “If you wanna see some real a– baby here’s your chance I said left cheek right cheek drop it low then swang.” The verse finished off with, “If you don’t jump to put jeans on baby you don’t feel my pain.”
A few seconds after her tussle to get the pants past her curves, the 32-year-old songstress finally pulled up the jeans and successfully brought them to her waist where she then buttoned them and let out a sigh of relief.
The “No Air” singer captioned her video, “I get it from my mama! [crown emoji] [bee emoji] said it best! [laughing emoji].”
Over 70,000 fans liked the bootylicious video and expressed their surprise to Jordin’s curvaceous physique.
“Jordin. Did the people know you had all the cake in the bakery? Lol”
“I see why they couldn’t breathe with no air.”
“Who knew Jordin Sparks had THOSE cakes?”
“I didn’t know you had it like that! [fire emojis].”
Though many comments surrounded fans’ bewilderment toward the “Sparkle” star’s hidden hourglass figure, other comments surrounded how they could related to the video.
“I thought I was the only one that does those leg kicks,” one fan wrote.
“I know the ‘squat-kick-kick’ all too well!”
“Omgg I thought I was the only one that does both kicks! [laughing emojis]”
“This is me! I feel your pain!”
There were also comments that praised the stylish jeans, “Okay but Jordin, what pants are those! [fire emoji]”
“Where did you get these jeans? Bangin!!”
“You need to get paid to promote these jeans, I will but them tomorrow!”
Jordin Sparks has been in the industry for quite some time and after this video, it’s safe to say she’s still turning heads and stopping hearts.