As the saying goes: “Even the walls have ears.” Now, the current version would be: “TikTok has ears.” Listening to celebrities’ conversations is one of the social network trends that went viral after the coronation of Charles III, when a user “translated” what the king said to the queen. Now, the same has been done on several occasions and it would be fair to say that it is no longer a mystery.
Video in which Carlos and Camilla sit inside carriage outside Westminster Abbey goes viral Tiktoker Kristin Calvoy understood the content of the conversation. An expert in lip reading, he assures that the king was complaining about the wait, as “he is not going to turn back”.
It is not possible to guarantee the complete veracity of what Kalvoy says, but all the users in the comments believe it and ask him to create more content like this. “It’s a scene from outside Crown”, suggested a follower, giving the example of the Netflix series about the British royal family.
On the social network, there’s no shortage of lip-reading videos featuring stars like Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck — at the Grammys, where JLo replied to her husband, “Prove it, prove it” — or with model Kendall Jenner. rapper bad bunny
One of the most “hit” victims is singer Taylor Swift. In March, during the iHeartRadio Awards ceremony, the artist was caught chatting with co-worker Phoebe Bridgers. According to Tiktoker Nina Dellinger reportedly said: “She’s my kind of person. It’s good to have you around.” The excerpt was taken out of context, but it received half a million “likes”, with fans questioning who Taylor Swift was talking about.
Other recent content featured model Hailey Baldwin berating Bieber: “What? who does it? What? And then 40 thousand? There is also a conversation between Olivia Rodrigo and Iris Apatow, where the singer asks how someone got her cell phone number. The video has received over 33 million views and three million likes, it can be confirmed.
It is not possible to verify any of this information. In the comments, several users are concerned about the breach of privacy that the videos depict, despite the fact that they correspond to public events in which the targets knew they were being filmed. idea, rescue tiktokersIt is not that the secrets of these celebrities are revealed, but rather a list of speculations is launched on the social network, increasing the interaction with the followers.
As far as Country, Nina Dellinger downplays the importance of being able to read lips. “At first I didn’t know I could do this. I was sitting in a class and could understand everything the other people were saying, but I didn’t care,” he says. In 2020, during the confinement of the COVID-19 pandemic, he started applying his talent on TikTok and already has around one million followers.
He assured that what he revealed in the video was not secrets or personal information of public figures, “especially names and dates”. He confirms that so far, he has never received any complaints from people affected by its content. “I always try to be respectful and would never post anything disrespectful. I once read the lips of actor Miles Teller and his wife remarked that he was right on many points”, he ends with humour.