Gal Gadot is all about the ’80s!
The “Wonder Woman 1984” actress took us back to a time of neon colors and tight scrunchies on Tuesday. She is currently promoting the thrilling Wonder Woman sequel and is really getting into the time period. However, she chose to channel the ’80s icon, Cyndi Lauper for her “first time dancing on TikTok.” Gadot was pretty in pink as she got pampered by her glam squad. The team was busy tightening her neon yellow scrunchi and doing her makeup as she sang along to “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.”
Scroll down to see her “dancing” video!
Gal proved that she was a huge Cyndi Lauper fan by mouthing all the words to the classic song.
“My first time dancing on Tiktok!
Never knew the day would come but here it is – me – dancing – on tiktok,” she wrote on social media.
We are not entirely sure that she was dancing in her funny video but she’s just so darn adorable that we are willing to accept anything she says as truth… she is the proud owner of the Lasso of Truth after all! Check it out with sound here.
Ever wonder what women looked like in the ’80s? We fantasize about… nevermind. Anyway, Wonder Woman was feeling her ’80s vibes and decided to give her Instagram followers a more in-depth look at her cute outfit. Gal wore a purple sweater under a tight matching skirt. As we previously mentioned, she had her hair pulled up in a bun with a scrunchy and accessorized with light blue earrings, white sneakers, and neat socks!
We love when celebs pose for pics in front of the wardrobe department’s clothes rack. Extra style points, Gal!
Earlier this week, Gal shared a photo that made both comic book nerds and fashionistas swoon with delight! The actress posted a cool selfie from her first time trying on the Wonder Woman costume.
“Found this little reminder from one of my first fittings…
Seems like ages ago but at the same time like it was just yesterday, you know the feeling? ?
TB,” Gadot captioned her post.
She snapped the cool pic while producers and costume designers fitted it perfectly to her perfect figure. Really cool throwback!