Their quality time spent as a family was evident in the finished product, a #HitEveryBeat challenge to a remix of “Can’t Touch This.”
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Jennifer Lopez’s viral family dance on TikTok has undoubtedly inspired many families to copy the idea in their own boredom-plagued households.
“When the whole fam agrees on a TikTok🥰,” she captioned the video, a dance to “Something New” by Wiz Khalifa that has 7.5 million likes and counting.
Ken Schwartz, quarantined with wife and stepson twins Ian and Ben Schoenfield, also joined the intergenerational TikTok trend.
In an interview with CNN, Schwartz shared that the family has tried everything from game nights to binge-watching to movie-making to get in some family time.
“We were so bad at acting, we tried to do a dance video instead,” Schwartz said.
He and his sons produced a TikTok of the three of them dancing to Doja Cat’s “Say So.”
“We definitely have our time apart,” Schwartz said. “But, yes, we are also finding ways to be creative and be together.”