An regular girl moved from anonymity to viral stardom because to the success of her TikTok videos.
Sabrina Bahsoon, a former law student, swiftly became known as ‘Tube Girl’ after releasing videos of herself dancing on subway travels.
Who is ‘Tube Girl’ on TikTok?
Sabrina Bahsoon, often known as Tube Girl, acquired online fame for her TikTok movies in which she records herself dancing while riding The Tube in London.
Despite the fact that she now lives in the aforementioned city, she grew up in Malaysia.
Sabrina is one of four siblings and says she enjoys music and fashion.
Her TikTok celebrity has attracted the attention of companies such as MAC Cosmetics.
She has even walked the runway during London Fashion Week and scored invites to Paris Fashion Week.
Sabrina’s followers have expressed their adoration for her “confidence” and “positive vibes.”
“I love seeing people enjoy their life,” Sabrina told Pop Sugar.
She said of her online success: “I’m not a judgmental person, so if I saw somebody doing that on the tube and I’d never done that before, I’d be like, ‘Slay, enjoy your life.’
“I’ve seen so many videos around the world re-creating it in Japan, and I would love to visit New York where they have the subway.
“I’d love to visit India as well because I’m from South East Asia.
“I want to go back to Malaysia and India because I think they would like the style of the videos.”
What is the Tube Girl song?
Although Sabrina’s first viral video showed her dancing to David Guetta’s Where Dem Girls At? with Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida, users have since modified her movies with a mashup of Ayesha Erotica’s Feeling Yummy and Mo Beats’ Righteous.
Timbaland’s The Way I Are and The Pussycat Dolls’ When I Grow Up are among the TikTok influencer’s favorite tunes.
What is the Tube Girl TikTok trend?
To remix Sabrina’s video, TikTok viewers must effectively “dance like no one’s watching.”
Users have started performing choreography in crowded public spaces such as train stations, buses, recreational areas, and restaurants to participate in the craze.
On August 13, 2023, Sabrina’s debut video was published.
The Tube Girl hashtag has received over 300 million views since then.
While remembering her clip that started it all, she said to the abovementioned outlet: “I wanted somebody to film me so I asked a friend and then he said ‘No.’
“So I was like, ‘Urgh, I have to film it myself,’ I tried it in my house but it didn’t look right.
“So I’m like, ‘Let me try to do it on my bus’ because I have a bus that’s quite empty.
“I don’t want anyone to think it’s just me whipping out my phone and being perfect, that’s not the case.”
She added: “I do practice at home before I actually go out in public to do it.
“I do get a little nervous and tense sometimes, so just relax, and then you’ll see in the video that you’re relaxed and having fun. It makes a difference.”