Celebrities, athletes and politicians show off their best #MannequinChallenge

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Friday, November 11, 2016
Image of Lebron James, Michelle Obama, people from "Dancing With the Stars," Hillary Clinton, Bon Jovi, Beyonce Knowles doing the Mannequin Challenge
LeBron James, Michelle Obama, and Hillary Clinton were some of the famous faces who added their own unique spin to the "Mannequin Challenge."
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The #MannequinChallenge is the latest video trend taking the internet by storm. And now, some of the world's most notable athletes, musicians, celebrities and politicians are getting in on the still-life fun.

In #MannequinChallenge videos, someone records a group of participants trying to stay as still as possible, often in funny and creative positions and set to the song "Black Beatles" by hip-hop group Rae Sremmurd. Check out how some famous faces did their #MannequinChallenge.

(Warning: videos may contain adult language)

Stephen Curry shares a savory #MannequinChallenge video from his wife Ayesha's pop-up restaurant.

The Cleveland Cavaliers add a White House spin to the #MannequinChallenge with the help of Michelle Obama.

Adele brings the #MannequinChallenge to the Wild West.

The Dancing with the Stars team takes a much needed break.

Beyonce Knowles reunited with her Destiny's Child bandmates for her challenge.

Hillary and Bill Clinton, Bon Jovi reach new heights with their challenge.

Blac Chyna, Kris Jenner and Rob Kardashian birth some hilarity in their #MannequinChallenge video.

The New York Giants don't need any extra time on the clock for their challenge.

The Baltimore Ravensand band also gave off an impressive, touchdown-worthy #MannequinChallenge.

James Corden gets his audience and crew in on some late night #MannequinChallenge fun.

Ellen Degeneres gets stuck in a heated table tennis match.

But no #MannequinChallenge video set to "Black Beatles" can compare to a real-life Beatle performing the #MannequinChallenge himself, Sir Paul McCartney.

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