TikTok's new challenge called "My Name Is Suzie" is currently attracting a lot of attention in the giant social media platform, as well as other popular websites. The challenge is so simple, and it only has a part in the song where your eyes will be zoomed in, giving you the look of Puss N Boots in the popular "Shrek" movie franchise. 

TikTok 'Hello My Name Is Suzie' Trend Is NOT Filter, But A Sticker: Here's How You Can Pull It Off
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One thing that makes this new trend unique from others is that it doesn't usually involve people. Most of the videos are about their dogs, cats, as well as exotic pets.

Other challenges include "Put Your Dog on a Diet," "Unflattering Dog Photo Challenge," the "Disney Eyes Filter," and more. But, the new "My Name Is Suze" is still quite different from these trends since it doesn't involve filters.

The new trend of TikTok is just a sticker. Although this is the case, some users are still having a hard time doing this since you need to know when to insert the googly eyes sticker.

TikTok My Name Is Suzie Guide

According to HITC's report, the new Tiktok trend plays the song "Ew," performed by Baby Kaely. But, the challenge only plays the part of the song saying, "hello my name is Suzie, it's Suzie with the Z."

TikTok 'Hello My Name Is Suzie' Trend Is NOT Filter, But A Sticker: Here's How You Can Pull It Off
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When the song reaches this point, the TikTok sticker should be inserted to zoom your pet's eyes. Although some watchers described the new trend as a pointless challenge, some think it is quite cute and entertaining. To do this new challenge, here are the simple steps you need to follow:

The first thing you need to do is take a video of your pet.

  1. After that, you need to click the stickers icon located in the bottom bar of your screen.
  2. Then, you must choose the icon that looks like a photo with a circle over the eyes.
  3. But, you need to remember that you will only activate it when the song arrives in the mentioned lyrics.
  4. Once the song is there, just place both of the circles in your pet's eyes and check if the timing is right.
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The new "My Name Is Suzie" trend is one of the safest challenges in the rising social media platform. There are also some dangerous ones which you must avoid and inform your children about. These include the "Dry Scooping" challenge and the recent TikTok "Strangulation" trend.

Jason Derulo Has A New TikTok Challenge? 

Travel and Leisure's latest report, Jason Derulo, is currently challenging TikTok users to do a new trend that offers a grand prize of $50,000. The pop-music stinger says that the winner will also have a chance to fly in a private jet and stay in a five-star hotel. 

The challenge is simple. Jason Derulo is looking for the best home-to-hotel transformation. After that, include the #HotwireHotelGoals on your own version.

For more news updates about TikTok and its upcoming new challenges, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes.  

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