CC1 Test messa It's the inexplicable gesture taking social media by storm. What started out as a bizarre video selfie has turned into a phenomenon. It began with a guy trying to make a quote, unquote... See More
CC1 Test messa It's the inexplicable gesture taking social media by storm. What started out as a bizarre video selfie has turned into a phenomenon. It began with a guy trying to make a quote, unquote good impression. Now this internet craze has its life of its own. Ginger zee. If you have been living under a virtual rock you still haven't seen it. But beware your awkward stair. This is drake can. The most popular meme of the week. I have never heard of that. I have heard of a mime. It's a double rainbow all the way. Reporter: It's the noneny remakes of that original that make it a meme. Oh, double rainbow all the way. It's like a funny thing that goes viral. Reporter: The latest funny thing being mimicked around the it's called drake hands. Encouraging countless, flirty, face-touching selfies all inspired by this guy, a singer, designer, photographer, producer. Who made this one video because. He met a girl. Got her number. Went home and sent her this. Reporter: A supposed to be ste ductive peek a boo. Meant to woo her. They put on the internet for all of us to see. Intended humiliation turned imitation and instant sensation. Drake hands have inspired a slew of celebs, there's the derek hough and the larry king. Late-breaking, we got the harris. The haines. The golodryga. The claiborne. And of course, I had to do one. That was it. I have great news, we talked to brody via skype, he thinks the internet blowup is hilarious and he was trying to make her laugh the whole time. She took it wrong. Can we call her up the next time? He's not upset that we're mocking him. He's having a great time. Any publicity is good publicity. Coming up here on "good morning america" -- we got much
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