Dubsmash is the world’s next big thing, even in our little red dot

Dubsmash is a lip-syncing app that makes you an instant superstar.

Simply pick a short sound clip from a range of categories, snap a video selfie of yourself dubbing it, and you’re Regina George, Iron Man, or Whitney Houston.

Over 50 million downloads later, its German developers will be happy to know that it’s also a big, big thing in Singapore.

We’ve found Singapore’s biggest Dubsmash stars

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Two Singaporean girls, Michelle Lee and Charlotte Tan, shot themselves to local stardom with “Dubsmash Face-off”, where they pit their Dubsmashes against each other’s.

Hilarious, legit, shameless and #TheySeriouslyNeedToGetVine is how we would describe them.

Round 1:

@m.uchacha vs. @charddup #DubsmashLink to Round 2 – https://t.co/ECI0kkSusLLink to Final Round – https://t.co/yfuRsDdC9J

Posted by Michelle Lee on Saturday, 25 April 2015

Round 2:

@m.uchacha vs. @charddup ROUND 2 #DubsmashLink to Round 1 – https://t.co/GbVw0GY3fxLink to Final Round – https://t.co/yfuRsDdC9J

Posted by Michelle Lee on Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Final Round:

@m.uchacha vs. @charddup FINAL ROUND #DubsmashLink to Round 1 – https://t.co/GbVw0GY3fxLink to Round 2 – https://t.co/ECI0kkSusL

Posted by Michelle Lee on Monday, 4 May 2015

While you rush to download the app to try and top these girls, we’d like to end off with a theory on how this all began:

By the way, Emma literally OWNED. Her attempt alone has over 50 million hits.

This must be the legit reason for the existence of Dubsmash.

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