TikTok user creates Godzilla like ‘Dancing Queen’ filter to celebrate Jubilee

A creative TikTok user has created a 'Dancing Queen' filter to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee.

Julian Vizard, a professional Snap filter creator from London, proudly shared his video of a cartoon Queen dancing in the sky, with the caption: "I made a filter for the UK Jubilee."

The animation of Her Majesty is seen in her iconic white dress, blue sash and crown as she boogies in the sky to ABBA's hit track 'Dancing Queen.'

The filter appears to operate similarly to other filters on the video-sharing platform like the 'Shrek in the Sky' filter which went viral a few months ago.

The user, who posts under the username @jvizard, received more than 38,000 likes on his creation as Brits flocked to the comment section in awe of his creation.

One user said: "Omg this is incredible."

Another wrote: "She is THE dancing queen."

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A third added: "Awwww. Prince Phillip would have loved this."

A fourth said: "I hope Lizzie sees this."

The news comes after fish and chips shop in Wales named Crisp and Fry decided to get a little patriotic with their cuisine by frying their fish in the bright blue batter for the Queen's Jubilee.

If that wasn't enough as it was, they even served red chips topped off with mayonnaise to depict the Union Jack flag.

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The store then uploaded a video of the newly refined meal on TikTok but their attempt to add some national pride to the famous dish was met with scepticism online.

TikTokers horrified by what they were seeing done to the nation's signature dish – even if the video did manage to garner more than 19,000 likes.

But if fish and chips don't bring people together no doubt the extra long bank holiday that the Queen's Jubilee is bringing them will – not least because pubs and bars will be allowed to extend their opening hours for the occasion.

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