Celebs try out the new viral #BottleCapChallenge

This latest trend involves martial arts skills and seems to be taking off with celebrities leading the way




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The latest trend on the Internet is the # where celebrities and ordinary people unscrew a bottle cap from the bottle without using their hands.

The bottle is placed on a flat surface with the cap loosely shut then they do a roundhouse kick aimed at the bottle cap to unscrew it.

The #BottleCapChallenge was started by martial artist Farabi Davletchin.

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The next person who did it was designer Errolson Hugh, followed by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Champion Max Holloway then musician .

also attempted the #BottleCapChallenge.

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Fast & Furious star did a slow-mo version so you can see the bottle cap unscrew itself.

Hong Kong star , AKA Ip Man did the challenge blindfolded!

Chirrut feeling the force + Ip man’s steady aim + no plastic bottle = the universe strongest ?#bottlecapchallenge @sweetcil #donnieyen #甄子丹 #宇宙最強

Posted by Donnie Yen 甄子丹 on Wednesday, July 3, 2019

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Will Smith, David Beckham, Naomi Scott are also some of the many celebrities who have tried this challenge.

Over the years, viral challenges have appeared online such as planking, where people lie flat on various surfaces, ALS ice bucket challenge where people pour a bucket of ice over their heads in support of ALS, mannequin challenge where people remain frozen in action in a video.

Most recently there was a challenge where women would balance a cup of boba tea on their breasts as well as people placing cockroaches on their faces. -/TISG

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