Teletubbies groove to BTS Jin’s Super Tuna in viral video, Internet hearts it

Remember Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po from the popular 90s children show? They are back again with a delightful video of themselves performing on the viral song ‘Super Tuna’ sung by BTS’s eldest member Kim Seokjin.

Teletubbies was the show where the four colourful minions played around, laughed, danced and sang as they spent their days in a scenic Teletubbyland while a baby-faced sun interacted with them in a fun way. Those were the days for every 90s kid, when these four characters filled their childhood with happy memories. Every millennial child’s eyes will start gleaming at the mention of Teletubbies as it fills us with nostalgia. The British kids’ show has been a hot-favourite since it’s first episode aired in 1997.

Meanwhile, the cute Teletubbies have made a come-back with an adorable short clip of themselves performing on Super Tuna song by BTS member Jin.

The official Twitter account of Teletubbies shared the video that was originally posted on TikTok. The clip shows Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po doing the hook step of the song that Jin performed in its original music video. The video is winning hearts of ARMYs, as it indulges both of their most favourites of all time.

The caption of the video read, “Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po thought the #SuperTunaChallenge was smooth like butter and had to give it a try themselves.”

Take a look:

The video has garnered more than 825.1k views so far and several comments gushing over combination of the teletubbies’ cuteness with the adorable song.

Many even tagged BigHit Entertainment, the official label of the septet, to bring the clip to their notice. Some simply shared cute moments featuring the BTS members where they can be seen behaving just like the cute Teletubbies.

Take a look at some comments:

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