Tamron Hall proved she has still got it after sharing a hot video of herself doing the "Buss It Challenge" and the internet has bowed down to the hot mama. Check out the video!
Emmy-winning broadcast journalist Tamron Hall has given the internet one more reason to believe that age is just a number. The 50-year-old recently made netizens swoon with a video of herself doing the viral "Buss It Challenge."
The challenge requires the participants to wear average home clothes without makeup and look busted during the first half. A follow-up clip shows them all glammed up and twerking.
Nobody was ready when Hall dropped the video of her "Buss It Challenge" on Instagram. In the first half, a busted Hall checked out her shoes in her shoe closet without makeup.
The video zoomed in on her to reveal her dropping it down to twerk it out in a chic white dress. The off-shoulder dress hugged her curves as she popped her booty to the chorus.
She wore leopard-print high heels and big golden hoops to accessorize. In the caption, Hall revealed how her "Tamron Hall" show team thought she would not do it.
This year started on a sad note for Hall who lost her beloved dog, May...
FANS AND FRIENDS LOVED IT
Hall also reminded her fans that she was not always a mother to her son Moses before revealing that she is back on TikTok. Her friends and fans showed their love in the comments.
That was not all. Hall's fans took to Twitter to gush about how they loved her video. "Tamron Hall did the bussitchallenge?!" one of the fans excitedly tweeted.
Another fan raved about how the mother-of-one won the "Buss It Challenge." "She is my fav!!" they exclaimed in a tweet. All these reactions go to prove that Hall is one of the hottest 50-year-olds around.
A SAD GOODBYE
This year started on a sad note for Hall who lost her beloved dog, May, towards the end of December 2020, but she seems to be in high spirits now. Her furry friend lived for 13 years.
May also made appearances in her talk show. During one of the episodes, Hall revealed her dog was pretty protective of her and her son Moses — she would not let anyone get close to them without snapping.