The best memes from the ‘Versailles Run’ filter that TikTokers are obsessed with

Sinead Butler
Monday 24 May 2021 15:11
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The new “Versailles Run” filter has recently became popular on TikTok

(TikTok/joejonas and mmbnf)

If you’ve been on TikTok anytime throughout the past week or so, then you’ll definitely know about the latest filter that has taken over everybody’s For You page.

The Versailles Run filter depicts an animated lady in a historical wig and costume running through a palace where users can put their face on the lady and it has prompted some hilarious creations.

Here are some of the best memes from the Versailles Run TikTok filter.

1. “Me on my way to tell my BFF information that I promised I wouldn’t tell anyone”

Dominic Gibbons went viral with his Versailles Run meme

(TikTok/dgibbsofficial)

You can watch the full video here.

Admit it. We all love a good gossip, and can all relate to wanting to keep our best friend up to speed.

It seems that most people on the app agree as Dominic Gibbons’ post has 2.7 million views, 578,000 likes and over 20,000 comments with people agreeing with this statement.

One person said: “Best friends don’t count.”

“It can be automatically assumed when I say I won’t tell anyone that’s obviously excluding my best friend,” another person wrote.

Someone else replied: “I love this soooo much.”

“Your secrets safe with me ... and my bestie,” a fourth person said.

2. “Me running to the bathroom after 1 sip of coffee”

People loved Munera’s video, especially when the filter glitched

(TikTok/iconiccpinkk)

TikToker Munera used the Versailles Run filter to hilariously depict the impact that coffee has on our bowel movements.

You can watch the full video here.

The video has had a staggering 15.4 million views, 3.2 million likes and over 34,000 comments from people who found the clip funny, not just because of the meme but because of the unexpected glitch during the clip.

One person said: “I LITERALLY SNORTED SO LOUD WHEN THE FILTER CAME OFF.”

“The glitches get me every time,” another person wrote.

Someone else commented: “Ummm I’m currently in the bathroom because of coffee... TikTok is getting too personal.”

3. “Me running away from my friends after 3 drinks & then vanishing for the rest of the night”

Hope has a knack for going viral with this filter

(TikTok/hope_schwing)

You can watch the full video here.

We all have that one friend in the group that pulls a Houdini on us right in the middle of a night out, if you can’t think of anyone then it’s probably you...

“I can’t help it I always do this,” creator Hope Schwing admits in the caption.

This was also a popular meme with over 3.5 million views, 657,000 likes and over 9,000 comments.

One person said: “Screaming at how accurate this is.”

“I AM LAUGHING SO HARD AT THIS OH MY GODDD,” another person wrote.

But this is not the only popular Versailles Run meme that Hope has gone viral with...

4. “Me sprinting away from a guy once he buys me a drink”

Another video from Hope includes the caption: “Me sprinting away from a guy once he buys me a drink.”

You can view the video in full here.

This latest one has over 5.5 million views, 965,000 likes and 10,000 comments.

One person said: “Omg never seen one more relatable, YES!”

“This is the best and most accurate video I’ve ever seen,” another person wrote.

5. “*Chasing my siblings cause they ate my leftovers*”

Momo received millions of views for his sibling meme using the Versailles Run filter

(TikTok/mmbnf)

You can watch the full video here.

Anyone with a sibling can relate to this. Though, to be fair, this filter could be used for any sibling argument.

TikToker Momo has received over 2 million views for his amusing meme, with over 400,000 likes, and thousands of comments.

One person wrote: “LMAOO WHY IS HE SPEEDINGGG.”

“The feels HAHAHAHAHA,” another person commented.

Someone else replied: “That’s why you don’t leave food for later unless you’re an only child OR you could hide it in the oven.”

6. “Me trying to find the exit at IKEA”

Tucker shared his IKEA meme and it went viral

(TikTok/tuckercomedy)

With a seemingly endless amount of furniture to explore, it’s no wonder that IKEA are known for their incredibly large stores - and this TikToker has perfectly encapsulated the struggle of finding the exit.

You can watch the full video here.

Tucker Reynolds has received more than 1.6 million views, 229,000 likes and thousands of comments from people who relate to the hilarious meme and found it funny when the filter glitched for a split second.

One person said: “Him behind the scenes is actually me trying to escape and IKEA.”

“THE FACT THAT I’M IN IKEA RN,” another person wrote.

Someone else commented: “THIS IS TOO REAL. I am RUNNING by the end because I’ve circled the same kitchen 52 times at this point.”

Celebrities also joined in and posted the Versailles Run filter to their TikTok accounts.

Joe Jonas also joined in on the trend

(TikTok/joejonas)

Joe Jonas shared a video to his 3.9 million TikTok followers of him using the filter whilst lip-syncing to one of the Jonas Brothers’ biggest hits Burning Up.

You can watch the full video here.

It received 2.2 million views, and over half a million likes from fans who shared their thoughts about the clip.

One person said: “I don’t remember this episode of Bridgerton...”

“This is what the Jonas Brothers meant when they sang “we could run forever if you wanted to,”” another person wrote.

Charli XCX was loving the filter and shared it to her followers

(TikTok/charlixcx)

Charlie XCX also used the filter and lip-synched the words to her song “Vroom, Vroom” and shared it to her 976,000 followers.

You can watch the full video here.

“Love this look,” the pop-singer captioned.

So far, the clip has 672,000 views, 181,000 likes, and over a thousand comments from her fans.

One person wrote: “This is the music video right?”

“Charlotte the XCXth,” another person commented.

Someone else wrote: “Marie Antoinette running away from the guillotine be like.”

With over 125,000 people on TikTok using this trending filter over the past week, it’s safe to say that we’ll be seeing this funny and bizarre filter on our For You page for a while to come.

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