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Sisters mock online dating blokes in Beauty and the Beast spoof video – WalesOnline

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Two single sisters created a hilarious Beauty and the Beast spoof to chronicle their dating woes – singing and dancing as the Disney characters while they mock blokes who send ‘d**k pics’ and hide wives on dating apps.

The singing siblings donned panto costumes to portray the realities of dating in a small town, like their hometown of Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, where people are more likely to run into dating app flings.

Actress Tabby Tingey, 27, is seen dressed in Belle’…….

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Two single sisters created a hilarious Beauty and the Beast spoof to chronicle their dating woes – singing and dancing as the Disney characters while they mock blokes who send ‘d**k pics’ and hide wives on dating apps.

The singing siblings donned panto costumes to portray the realities of dating in a small town, like their hometown of Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, where people are more likely to run into dating app flings.

Actress Tabby Tingey, 27, is seen dressed in Belle’s iconic yellow ball gown skipping through town, as she sings about men – all played by 29-year-old Chloe Tingey – who have been ‘fatphobic’ or ‘begged for nudes’ on dating apps.

After encountering the ‘sexist’ guy she met on Tinder and a red-suited Garston who ‘fat-shamed’ her, the audience starts to relax thinking she’s about to meet her true love.

Actress Tabby Tingey, 27 sung about men she’d met online
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But the fairytale ending doesn’t quite pan out like the Disney version – as it turns out the hirsute Beast is ‘hiding a wife’ he won’t reveal until three months into their relationship.

Chloe and Tabby, who now live in Brighton, East Sussex, create musical parodies about the modern dating scene as a way to laugh at their ‘own misfortunes’, as they’ve both had negative experiences on dating apps.

The post was inundated with comments from single women who claimed that the hilarious skit was a ‘musical about their dating lives’.

Since being uploaded to TikTok on October 21 the video has gone viral, racking up a staggering one million views.

Tabby said: “Both of us have had quite a lot of experiences with dating apps, and I think a lot of people are struggling to find meaningful connections on dating sites.

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“You’ll hear horror stories about sexism and fatphobia to f***-boys who say they want to be with you forever then ghost you after a couple of months.

“We are drawing from real-life experience for this video.

“We put personal experiences into our videos, thinking they’re a bit niche, and then we’ll receive hundreds of comments saying ‘This literally happened to me!’

“We also had people commenting ‘Oh my god, you’ve made a musical about my entire dating life’ and …….

Source: https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/uk-news/singleton-sisters-mock-blokes-beauty-22180803