Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn Recreate Mariah Carey's "Hero" on Dubsmash

Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn Recreate Mariah Carey’s “Hero” on Dubsmash

We have all used or seen it used. The app, “Dubsmash” is where one can make videos of their self and dub their voice. I have seen friends of mine make Dubsmash videos and post them to Instagram. These videos can be quite amusing, but besides that, it needs to be acknowledged that two famous celebrities are have now made their own Dubsmash video.

Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and actress girlfriend Olivia Munn made their video lip-syncing to Mariah Carey. In the video, Munn is seen lip-syncing to Carey’s iconic tune, “Hero,” as her NFL star boyfriend, Aaron Rodgers does an interpretive dance to the song. Rodgers has also illustrated his talents by appearing and successfully dictating the board on an episode of Celebrity Jeopardy, so apparently this is another one of his talents. The two can also be seen practicing their sword-wielding skills in another video on the internet.

Although athletes have, in fact, used Dubsmash before, Aaron Rodgers along with girlfriend Olivia Munn, has created a moving masterpiece that is genuine in invoking feelings and triggering laughs from its audience. 34-year-old Munn captioned thus captioned this video, “Pure Emoting.” As reported by “E! Online”, this was actually part of the posts that the couple was creating as a tribute to the 90’s era and posting them to Instagram. The couple re-enacted lines from “The Princess Bride” and also recreated a scene from “Training Day”, but along with these, they lip-synced renowned ballads, such as the aforementioned, Mariah Carey’s “Hero”, Sarah McLachlan’s “I Will Remember You”, and Boyz II Men’s “End of the Road.”

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