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WATCH: Glaiza de Castro dances Blackpink’s ‘How You Like That’

/ 01:42 PM July 09, 2020
Glaiza de Castro

Images: Instagram/@glaizaredux, Twitter/@glaizaredux

Glaiza de Castro showed off her dancing skills as she re-created the popular steps of Blackpink’s latest hit song “How You Like That.”

The actress posted her take on the famous choreography on her Twitter page last Tuesday, July 7. While she joked that she moved like an aunt already, De Castro successfully carried out the fast-paced steps of the tune’s chorus.

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“[N]amiss ko pala sumayaw pero napagod ako agad,” she said. “Last ko na yan, lol.”

(I missed dancing, but I got tired right away. That’s my last, lol.)

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Following her dance cover, De Castro’s fans quickly praised her, while others likened her to one of the K-pop group’s members, Lisa.

“Galing galing naman kala ko si Lisa (So good, I thought it was Lisa),” one @thea_lhaine1313 said.

Meanwhile, another netizen (@laraaliyahh) added that De Castro wss indeed Lisa’s twin.

Blackpink dropped “How You Like That” last month as the first pre-release single from their upcoming album this September. The South Korean girl group’s other hits include “Kill This Love,” “DDU-DU DDU-DU” and “BOOMBAYAH,” among others.  /ra

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