[WATCH] Woman nails Missy Elliot's 'Work it' and becomes an internet sensation

It's not every day that someone does a cover of Missy Elliott's classic hit 'Work it' and nails it.

It wasn't such a problem for Mary Halsey who killed the rendition of the song and even got a shoutout from Missy herself.

Missy posted the video on her twitter page and said "She straight killed 'Work It' sound effects and all, I love it"

Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral...

When you forget words in the middle of a sentence you get phrases like California is farting...

With that mishap, MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle was about to keep a straight face and continues to report on the deadly wildfires in California.

Also, no one really knows why this phone exploded.

Whether it was the non-original battery or being exposed to direct sunlight and placed on a dashboard.

AN iPhone 6 exploded in a car in East China while the owner was driving. The phone caught fire and the lady was forced to stop the car and scream for her.

Listen to what else has gone viral...


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