TikTok: Taylor Swift ‘Feeling 2022’ trend explained and how get involved

TikTok: Taylor Swift ‘Feeling 2022’ trend explained and how get involved

TikTokers have launched a fresh trend in celebration of the new year, involving a remix of Taylor Swift’s ’22,’ and we all want to get involved. If you’ve never heard about the Taylor Swift “Feeling 2022” trend on TikTok, we’ll explain it for you.

What Is TikTok’s Feeling 2022′ Trend?

TikTok users are bidding adieu to 2021 and welcoming in 2022 with a remix of Taylor Swift‘s well-loved song “22.”

The “I’m Feeling 2022” version of Taylor’s song “22” has been vastly altered from the original. The TikTok trend adaptation is changed to read, “I’m feeling 2022.”

The sounds of the 2020s are being used by TikTok and Swifties to transition from 2021 to 2022. Take a look at some examples below:

Others are simply employing it to lip-sync, dance around with, or show off their New Year’s Eve costumes.

One user even pointed out: “If you play ‘22 (TV)’ by taylor swift at exactly 11:59:18 on new year’s eve, you will enter 2022 with the lyrics “I don’t know about you but I’m feeling 22” and I think that’s perfect! #ImFeeling2022.”

How To Get Involved In 2022 TikTok Trend

You may make it extremely creative if you wish to participate. The most users are keeping the sound for a gap between 2021 and 2022, but it’s entirely up to interpretation.

To make the mixed version of ’22’ a transition, record a little video (before 2021 ends) to the lyrics “I don’t know about you.” Pause the movie and save it to drafts.

When the clock strikes midnight and the new year is celebrated, switch to ‘But I’m Feeling 2022′ and show off your NYE look!

Taylor Swift Participates In Social Media Craze

TikTok’s ‘Feeling 2022’ craze has exploded, to the point that even Taylor Swift has tried it.

Taylor took to the platform wearing a virtual headband that said, “I’m feeling 2022,” while she sang her song. The singer was also accompanied by her cat Benjamin, who is allegedly 22 in cat years.


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