Maya Dodge, a high school girl, has suddenly become a TikTok star as a result of her viral student council campaign video. The video is a funny spoof of the cult classic film ‘Mean Girls,’ but instead of Regina George, Maya is the star.
Her campaign team, which consists of fellow students, does a fantastic job of encouraging people to vote for her and emphasizing her qualities for the role. It’s no surprise that the video has received over 36 million views since it was released.
Who Is Maya Dodge?
Maya is personable, confident, and definitely has a fantastic sense of humor, which is ideal in a student leader. Maya and her pals appear in a series of skits that mimic Mean Girls sequences, such as the classic “you can’t sit with us” lunchroom scene, in the video, which was published on the @maya4stuco account. Maya has perfect comic timing and understands how to play up the connections between her campaign and the film. In addition to being amusing, the film demonstrates Maya’s leadership abilities and her dedication to making a difference at her school.
“Maya’s single so I broke up with my boyfriend,” said one girl at the beginning of the video as she teasingly pushed her boyfriend away. Next up, two male students can be seen saying, “Maya likes boys so I like boys.” This is followed by a girl with long curly hair who says, “Maya said she liked my curly hair, so I never straightened it again.”
Maya’s classmates demonstrate their love for her in a humorous TikTok video that mimics a moment from the popular film Mean Girls by showering her with accolades. They had no idea that this film would go viral and reach people all over the world, establishing Maya into a household name.
“We need a maya reveal” while the other user wrote “i don’t go here but i vote for maya.” Another user commented “MAYA FOR STUDENT COUNCIL!!! ( who’s Maya ).”A 4th user on TikTok commented “Idk who maya is but GO MAYA”
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