20 minutes – Gummibärchen goes viral because of Adele

adminJanuary 10, 2019

#HariboChallenge is the latest trend that currently thrives on social networks. Behind it is not a donation call or a Netflix series – but Adele (30). Or their fans.


Are you also an Adele fan?

This is how it works: Install the latest version of the app in 20 minutes. On the Home screen, press the top of the three strips and then the gear. At the bottom of "Themes" you move the bolt to the right by "People" – it is already running.

By the way, the 20-minute People team is also on Instagram.

The British singer has withdrawn from the audience for a while. Because their successors miss them, they have made it possible to call Adele back to the memory of the public using gummy bears.

How does it work? Very simple. Place a rubber berry (aka Adele) on a shelf, put a lot of other gummy bears (aka the crowd) around it, drive mega hit "Someone like you" in the live version and full of volume, film the whole thing, a voilà: Already the shelf is for Adele finishes on the best rubber band concert.

The fact that the pop star has faithful followers around the world shows the great answer that hashtag has #HariboChallenge on Twitter and on Instagram.

Some of their fans take #HariboChallenge to a whole new level and use the same principle with Bobble-Head characters and Chinese cocks instead of Gummy bears.

Adele has recently left her travel company recently. Does that mean the singer will never play concerts again? Maybe Haribo Challenge can change.

Now the question remains, how to ever come up with the idea of ​​spreading for Adele gummy bears on the floor and furniture. A concrete answer? Does not exist. David Kasprak, the creator of the original video, who went viral on Tik Tok, had no ulterior motives and was not sponsored by the sweet thing maker. Adele ends up in the top cards with their songs for many years. Some things are just as they are.

(This article was created as part of a content collaboration with ProSieben / Sat 1.)


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