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Lupita Nyong’o Gave All Spanish Speakers An Incredible Performance On ‘Lip Sync Battle’

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Lupita Nyong’o and Regina Hall gave the “Lip Sync Battle” crowd so. much. life! Nyong’o totally owned the stage as she lip synced to Enrique Iglesias’ “Bailando” (the Spanish version, obvi!). Hall’s interpretation of The Weeknd’s “Earned It” was hilarious, but only one was able to take home the prize. Before we announce the winner, let’s break down their performances.

Lupita Nyong’o started strong, shaking her hips to Enrique Iglesias’ “Bailando.”

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CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

Fancy footwork in heels? No problem for Nyong’o!

Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube
CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

And you just tried to do the same footwork, didn’t you?

LL Cool J and Regina Hall were definitely feeling Nyong’o’s performance.

Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube
CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

How can you not?

And she left them both wanting more with a well-placed shoulder shimmy.

Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube
CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

S L A Y  Q U E E N !!

Then Hall took the stage to give The Weeknd’s “Earned It” a fun remake.

Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube
CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

She even nailed his hairstyle. ?

At first, everyone thought they were getting ready for a sexy performance.

Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube
CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

After all, the song was on the “Fifty Shades of Grey” soundtrack so one would assume things would get steamy.

But sexy quickly turned into hilarious when the dancers started to dust Hall to her dismay.

Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube
CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

#DONE

She had everybody rolling at her genius rendition.

Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube
CREDIT: Lip Sync Battle On Spike / YouTube

? ? ? ?

So, who was the winner?

Ahhh!!!! ? #LipSyncBattle

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Her “Whatta Man” performance definitely helped give her that win.

Watch the full performances below.


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Bolivia Was Busted For Using An Ineligible Player And Chile Leapfrogs Argentina In WC Qualifying

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Bolivia Was Busted For Using An Ineligible Player And Chile Leapfrogs Argentina In WC Qualifying

When soccer megastar Lionel Messi announced his international retirement after a heartbreaking loss to Chile in the final of the Copa América Centenario, Argentina fans held their breath, hoping Messi would have a change of heart. Messi reconsidered and joined Argentina during their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign.

Despite some early struggles, Argentina were looking to get back on track with Messi in the fold — but their road to the World Cup has gotten a little rougher. Bolivia’s national team recently had to forfeit two matches — a win versus Perú and a draw versus Chile — after they fielded an ineligible player. The player in question, Nelson Cabrera, was born in Paraguay and isn’t eligible to play for Bolivia because he has already represented Paraguay at the international level.

What does this have to do with Argentina? Well, FIFA ruled both of Bolivia’s matches as forfeits, which gave Chile a victory in a game that originally ended in a draw. That gave Chile a few extra points, which helped Chile leapfrog over Argentina in South America’s World Cup qualifying standings.

In South America, the top four teams (out of eight) qualify for the World Cup. The fifth place team goes into a playoff with a team from the Oceania Confederation. Argentina is currently in sixth place, which means if they are unable to move up the qualification table, they’re out of the World Cup.

Credit: Conmebol.com
CREDIT: Credit: Conmebol.com
If qualification ended today, teams is yellow would qualify for 2018 World Cup. Chile, who is currently fifth, would enter a playoff against a team from the Oceania Confederation.

Argentina still has plenty of time to make up points and qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but now they’ve got added pressure — any slip up over their next few matches, and they’ll be watching the world’s biggest sporting event from home.


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