Mackenzie McKee brought “Jingle Bells,” but the “Teen Mom OG” star was straight-up asking for a spanking with her latest Instagram video. Mackenzie, 25, and fresh from moving halfway across the country to Florida, last night proved that snowy traditions are alive and well, even in sunny states. The blonde’s Tik Tok-style video, big-time shouting out Santa Claus and hit movie “Mean Girls,” brought one naughty outfit, a pair of boots, and a reminder that the MTV face has a giant sense of humor. Check it out below.
Scroll for the video. It comes as Mackenzie keeps her Instagram light despite 2020 being a pretty tough year. Ups and downs with rocky husband Josh McKee come after a tragic end to 2019, with December of last year seeing Mackenzie say goodbye to mom Angie Douthit after a tragic cancer battle was lost.
The video, showing Mackenzie largely in a red crop top, matching miniskirt, Santa hat, and big black boots, showed off the Body By Mac founder’s moves, with the music very much matching the outfit.
Mackenzie, seen dancing, looking tongue-in-cheek shocked, and briefly appearing in regular clothes, took her caption from iconic 2004 movie “Mean Girls” – “You can’t sit with us,” Mackenzie wrote. As to the trio effect of Santa looks, those less familiar with the movie likely recognized the vibe from singer Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” video.
The video, clocking McKee over 270,000 views overnight, now sees the comments section flooded. “I’ve watched these like 10 times already ?,” one fan wrote. More photos after the video.
Mackenzie, who joined “Teen Mom OG” in 2019 after her “16 & Pregnant” debut and brief appearances on “Teen Mom 3,” has been busy settling into life in Florida with kids Gannon, Jaxie, and Broncs. The star recently announced that her previously-online-only fitness plans will now be in-person, but she’s putting safety first amid the global pandemic.
Writing about her Lakewood Ranch, FL classes, Mackenzie said: “Due to covid however I am only allowing up to 15 people in a class and we will be spread out.”
Earlier this year, Mackenzie made headlines for being told her storlyine was “the only one worth watching.” This, amid plummeting “Teen Mom OG” ratings. The mom of three, adored for sharing her raw grief after mom Angie’s December 2019 passing and keeping it real amid her marital troubles, is also experiencing a boost in her Instagram followers, having this year hit the 1 million mark on Instagram.
Mackenzie’s IG is also followed by prominent “Teen Mom” cast members including Pothead haircare founder Kailyn Lowry and “Teen Mom OG” face Catelynn Lowell.