The famous cosmetic artist uploaded a video of her daughter’s response to the trending “Stormi, you look like mommy, baby” sound on TikTok on July 6.
And, well, the four-year-old seems to be a fan. Kylie and Stormi could be seen giggling in the endearing video as they listened to the music.
However, the mother-daughter team has before become an internet sensation. Who could forget when Kylie woke Stormi from a nap by singing “Rise and Shine”?
Or when the reality star captured footage of her firstborn showing off her exceptional snowboarding skills at the age of under 2? And this isn’t the last time the two will cause a commotion on the internet.
Later that day, Stormi and Kylie released another adorable video of them lip-syncing to the song “What is superior to a single cover girl? two cover women!”
Stormi Audio Is a Huge Hit
This week, it’s been hard to scroll TikTok without hearing the “Stormi” music at least ten times, which serves as a constant reminder that the well-known family is here to stay, whether we like it or not.
Creators are using this audio in the TikTok craze to produce videos where they make shameless fun of themselves.
The objective is to establish a connection between yourself and something (or someone), stressing an evident likeness or humorous trait that you both share.
Similar to how Kylie exclaims “You look like mother, baby!” in the original video. As an illustration, the version by @aaimen1 begins.
“Teaching your future daughter to drive and she runs over a curb,” and then cuts to a skit in which she nearly crashes through the windshield.
Stormi, you look like mommy, baby!” is heard in the background, seemingly implying “like mother, like daughter.”
Kylie Jenner, to no one’s surprise, is at that level of celebrity where she can create TikToks with viral audios based on her own voice, and then make them even viral-er.
The reality personality and beauty tycoon appeared on stage with her daughter Stormi Webster in a video.
That video is from July 6 to respond to an audio spoof of the mother and daughter that included the now-iconic statement, “Stormi, you look like mommy, baby.”