"When you make a new friend"
Lilly Singh impressed her fans when she danced with Hailey Bieber to ‘Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai’.
Lilly took to Instagram to post the fun video with the model.
In the video, Lilly is initially seen by herself in a lavish bathroom. She is wearing a brown leather jacket and matching trousers with her hair tied in space buns.
She dances to ‘Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai’ from Hrithik Roshan’s popular 2000 film of the same name.
As Lilly dances to the track, she is joined by a smiling Hailey Bieber, who is wearing a grey jacket, skirt and shoes.
The pair then perfectly ace the signature dance steps.
While Lilly Singh lip-syncs the lyrics, Hailey Bieber pouts and enjoys her time.
Referencing Hailey’s popstar husband Justin Bieber, Lilly joked in the caption:
“When you make a new friend… but they’re also a stunning model, like hiiiii Hailey Bieber.
“PS: had a blast shooting your show and becoming your new fav Canadian.”
Fans and fellow celebrities loved seeing Hailey “vibing to a Desi song”.
Punjabi actress Sonam Bajwa posted heart emojis and wrote:
“Oh my my.”
Speaking about Hailey, Tan France said: “She’s the cutest and sweetest.”
One fan wrote: “OMG never thought I’d see Hailey dancing to Bollywood!!
“Thank you for always including your culture wherever you go!”
Another said: “Petition for Lilly to make every celebrity dance to famous Bollywood moves.”
A third wrote: “I wanna see Hailey in a shimmery silver saree. Someone make it happen.”
One comment read:
“Hailey definitely passed the Desi vibe check.”
One fan believed Lilly’s video was better than the original one with Hrithik and Ameesha Patel, writing:
“Um, I think you actually managed to top the original video to this song – that’s saying ALOT, coming from a hard-core Hrithik fan!”
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Recently, Hailey Bieber opened up about how her mental and physical health was impacted since being hospitalised with stroke-like symptoms in March 2022.
On the Run-Through with Vogue podcast, Hailey revealed she struggled with PTSD. She said:
“I struggled with a lot of anxiety after. I struggled with a little bit of PTSD of just, like, the fear of maybe it was gonna happen again.
“It was just a feeling that I was, like, I never want to experience that ever again.
“It was so terrifying, so jarring, so discombobulating in every single way that you could imagine.”