The TikTok opens on a teen girl with half-green, half-black hair, a compact of pink blush in one hand and a brush in the other. As she mouths along with the words, she cakes the blush on her cheeks and her nose, making her look like she spent too long in the sun. TikTok lets users make videos up to 15 seconds long, set either to popular music or sounds they upload themselves. It now has more than million downloads worldwide. At first blush, TikTok might look like a lip-syncing app, like Musical.
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Now, on the 15th anniversary of 13 Going on 30, those same teens — who are now on the verge of being 30 and flirty and thriving themselves — have opened up about the movie's iconic slumber party. Turns out, the less than two-minute scene has had a life-long effect on all of those involved. So, grab some Razzles — remember, they're both a candy and a gum — and reminisce about the sleepover party that still rocks all these years later, courtesy of actors Catherine Combs, Gia Mantegna, Sydni Beaudoin, and Renee Olstead; screenwriters Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa; and choreographer Marguerite Derricks. The film's late director Gary Winick revealed in DVD commentary that he originally didn't want to include the sleepover scene in which Jenna Rink bonds with a few year-olds, including her neighbor Becky Renee Olstead.