Generations React To Try Not To Sing Along Challenge (Post Malone, Fall Out Boy, Bruno Mars)

Generations React To Try Not To Sing Along Challenge (Post Malone, Fall Out Boy, Bruno Mars)

– I’m gonna pretend
that rigor mortis is setting in, and I’m not gonna dance.
– I sing this all the time. ♪ (industrial intro) ♪ – (FBE) Today, we are going
to be doing a Try Not to Sing Along Challenge
with a twist. – You guys asked me for songs.
I knew this day was coming. What’s the twist?
– (FBE) We recently reached out to all of you to ask you
what your favorite songs were. And so, we’ve included some
of those songs into this challenge. However, because this
is Generations React, we are going to see if you can guess
who picked each song between the kids, teens,
college kids, adults, and elders. – That’s so fun.
– It’s too much! You guys are trying to
just get us! – I listen to some music
from the ’50s. I listen to some from the ’70s.
I listen to modern music. So, I kinda wanna see
if people are like me and they’re kinda all spread out.
– I can think that a kid’s gonna like something that’s new,
but what if they pop up with something like The Beatles?
It’s gonna be hard. – Both the not singing
and the guessing seem super hard. But it seems like fun,
and I’m ready to give it the old college try.
– ♪ Ooh ♪ ♪ Some things you
just can’t refuse ♪ – Hm, this is off
the new Spider-Man movie. All right.
And this is “Sunflower.” – “Into the Spider-Verse.”
And this is Post Malone, right? – Our buddy boy, Post Malone.
So, my head starts to– this is a great movie, everybody.
Post Malone’s awesome. – I don’t think I’m gonna move.
I think I can hold it together. – ♪ You’re a sunflower ♪
– This one’s pretty hard. – Wow! If that song
kept going on, I would’ve lost. – It was pretty hard, man.
it was pretty hard. I hear that on the radio all the time,
but it still makes me wanna sing. – This is gonna be hard,
because music has no age. – (FBE) So, which generation
do you think picked that song? – Yeah, actually, college kids.
– Sounds like the college folk. – Kid, because of the animation.
– Teen. – I think I’m gonna
go with a kid. – Teens.
– I’m gonna go adult. – A kid did.
– Teens! – College kids. All of my friends
are obsessed with this. – Kids. That movie is more
on the kids’ side. And it was in the movie.
– (FBE) This actually came from a kid. (buzzer)
– Dang it. That was– I was leaning towards kids.
But then I was like, “Well, Post Malone.”
– A kid? Okay. Yayy. – Boom! I knew that.
Let’s go! – Nice. See that, Post Malone?
Everybody loves you. – ♪ Somewhere… ♪
– ♪ Where– ♪Ah! No! Wait! Stop! No! God.
I forgot about that challenge. I forgot I can’t sing!
– Is it “The Wizard of Oz”? I don’t know.
I don’t like the Wizard of Oz. – This is a beautiful song.
(sings along) ♪ Land that I’ve heard of ♪
Wait. – (FBE) You lost.
– I know! (buzzer)
– See, I don’t know the words to this one, so…
I know some of ’em, but not all of ’em.
So, it’s easy. – Judy Garland, yes.
I have to move around. It’s so dreamy.
(buzzer) – ♪ Skies are blue ♪ – (sighs) It’s just so heavenly, too. It makes me wanna
sway back and– OH [bleep]! NO!
Oh! I talked myself into it! (buzzer)
– That was tougher than I thought. – That one wasn’t that hard.
I like more hip-hop music. – I’m gonna give this one
to an elder. – Elders.
– College, because of the vocals. – Elders, ’cause I’m pretty sure
that movie’s old. – I think elder.
– I think it’s the adult. – I’m gonna go my obvious answer
that I think it would be, which is elders.
– It was in frickin’ black and white. It’s gotta be an elder.
– That was an elder? – An elder.
Pretty obvious why, because it’s an old song.
– I do know who picked that song. I love that song,
and I picked that song. – (FBE) So, this actually
came from the elders. – Really? Okay. Close.
I thought maybe we were sick of it already, you know?
(laughs) – All right! yeah!
– That’s kind of a nostalgic, pretty song for elders.
Elders love their music about rainbows.
– ♪ I’ve had you so many times ♪ – That’s the guy in “The Voice.”
Maroon something. Adam. – (sings along) ♪ I don’t mind
spending every day ♪ ♪ Out in the– ♪
Ahh! ♪ Pouring rain ♪
(buzzer) – (sings along) ♪ Look for the girl
with the broken smile ♪ (buzzer)
– ♪ And ask her if she wants to stay a while ♪
– I can’t. I’m gonna lose. I love this song.
– Choooh. Nope, okay. That was the only part
I needed to get by. – (FBE) You lost!
– Ahh! No! (laughs)
(buzzer) – I just have so many strong emotions
and memories associated with that song. (laughs) I couldn’t resist.
– I’m gonna go ahead and say college kid on this one.
– Adult. – My gut’s saying a teen.
– I think college kid. – I’m not gonna not dance
to my own song. – I’m gonna go with adults.
– Guess adults again. – Teens.
– The adults picked this one. – I say adult.
– I think this might’ve been an adult. – (FBE) This actually
came from a teen. (buzzer)
– Ugh! No! – It’s a teeny bopper
in all respects. – I remember being a teenager.
You know who were teenagers? Romeo and Juliet.
Teenagers understand these things. You go, teens.
– ♪ I’m two quarters and a heart down ♪
– Oh my god! This is such a good song. – This could be anybody.
– ♪ …need them just to get by ♪ – Oh, I bopped a little bit already.
Gotta give up now. – ♪ Dance, dance ♪
(buzzer) – I can see how this would be– somebody would rock out to this.
– (giggles) – (sings along) ♪ This is the way ♪
(squeals) My inner fangirl’s freaking out.
(buzzer) – I’m gonna pretend that rigor mortis
is setting in and I’m not gonna dance. – That song reminds me
of my seventh grade dance, everyone just going nuts.
– All right, I’m gonna say adult. – College.
– Adult? – I think a college kid chose this.
– Teenagers? – Adults.
– College kids, ’cause that hits
right in my nostalgia area. – Was this an adult?
– College kid. – College Kids React. 100%.
– Grown ups, ’cause I feel like a lot of grown ups
grew up listening to rock. – (FBE) That is correct.
– ‘Cause I picked this one! (snickers)
Finally! Oh my gosh!
That’s such a great tune. – (FBE) That actually
came courtesy of Scott. – I– Scott!
Scott!! I almost said adult, too.
Dagnabbit! – Scott’s the coolest adult I know.
He’s got superhero tattoos and wears a flat rim.
He’s a badass. – ♪ I drink till I’m drunk ♪
♪ Smoke till I’m high ♪ – Definitely not a kid I hope.
– This is the song I chose. – ♪ Wake up in the sky ♪
– (sings along) ♪ You can’t tell me I ain’t fly ♪
(buzzer) – (sings along) ♪ I know
I’m super fly ♪ Dude, this song is so good.
(buzzer) – “Wake Up in the Sky,” right?
Okay. Yeah, I’ve heard it. – ♪ Like, I invented smooth ♪
♪ You can’t tell me I ain’t fly ♪ – This is a good song.
(buzzer) – ♪ Like, I invented smooth ♪
(buzzer) – ♪ You can’t tell me I ain’t fly ♪
– Oh, I almost was about to sing this part.
That part’s awesome, with the echo. – It was a good song.
Not enough for me to move though, ’cause I am like a rock.
I think a teen chose that song. – Ahhh!
It’s my pump up song. It’s my cruisin’ song.
– College. – Adults.
– This was an adult. – College.
– I’m gonna say college kids. – Teens.
– Teen on this one. – I would say adult.
– College kid. I hear this song at parties.
I hear this song in the car when I’m with my friends.
– (FBE) That was the college kids. – Ayy! Let’s go.
– I’m calling the police. “9-1-1. What’s your emergency?”
I got it wrong. This is not okay! – ♪ All my ladies listen up ♪
– This is my song. You better stop!
♪ Lick your lips and swing your hips, girl ♪
♪ All you gotta say is ♪ ♪ My name is no ♪
(buzzer) – Oh, I know who she is.
Um… Meghan Trainor.
– This is an easy one. – Doesn’t hit me in any
of my dance feels. – ♪ …is no ♪
♪ My sign is no ♪ ♪ My number is no ♪
♪ You need to let it go ♪ – (laughs)
– ♪ You need to let it go ♪ – Ayy!
(buzzer) – ♪ Nah to the ah
to the no, no, no ♪ – It’s a good song.
I like that song. – I’ve heard this maybe once
or twice, but nothing for me. – I’m gonna say kid.
– A teen. A girl teen. – Teen?
– A kid. – I think it’s a teen.
– Adult. – The college kids chose that.
– Teens. – I think it’s a kids’ song.
– Young people music that I just don’t understand.
I grew out of it way– (gruffly) this is before my time.
I’m gonna say teen. – I picked that song!
That would be adult! – (FBE) That was an adult.
– Oh my god. I’m so bad at this! – This is hard!
I don’t wanna pin music on people! You can listen
to whatever you want. – Adult! Okay.
Also, bad music taste. – (FBE) This one was by Faith.
– Oh, okay. Sorry, Faith. – Faith? She’s an empowered woman.
I’m not surprised. This song’s just
SO frickin’ relatable! Like, “No!”
– ♪ You are ♪ – NO! This is my–
– ♪ My ♪ – (sings along) ♪ Fire ♪
♪ The one ♪ I sing this all the time
in the car with my mom. (buzzer)
– Okay, guilty pleasure. I love the Backstreet Boys.
– ♪ I want it… ♪ – This is sorta hard,
and I don’t even know why. – ♪ They want it that way ♪
♪ But tell them why ♪ (buzzer)
– ♪ Ain’t nothin’ but a… ♪ – This isn’t a song
where I’d totally wanna totally jam out to it,
but it’s just like a little shimmy. So, I guess I lost there.
(buzzer) – (sings along) ♪ Tell me why ♪ ♪ Ain’t nothin’ but a mistake ♪
(buzzer) – (whispers) ♪ Tell me why ♪
♪ I never wanna hear ♪ (sings along) ♪ You say ♪
(buzzer) – (sings along) ♪ I want it that way ♪
I can be one of them. (buzzer)
– (sings along) ♪ I want it ♪ I don’t even care. I already lost.
(buzzer) – All right. (laughs)
I made it through! – (claps) That’s my song, of course.
– This had to be an adult, someone that’s my age.
– This is a teen. – College kids.
– College because of when that song came out.
– Adult. – Adults.
– College kids on that one. – Kids chose that one.
– Adults. – An adult, ’cause I–
adults, I don’t think they know new music,
and they’re not old enough to choose really old music.
– Adults React, ’cause Adults React people
are usually around– they were teenagers
when this song came out. – (FBE) That actually came
from one of our kids. – A kid?!
(buzzer) – (FBE) It was Sydney.
– Are you’re kidd– That doesn’t count!
Sydney’s not a kid, okay?! Sydney’s smarter than me!
– She has, like, a 95-year-old mind. She be throwin’ out words
I never even heard of. I’m like, “Dude,
aren’t you, like, six?” – Oh my gosh!
It’s my song! Oh my gosh. I had no idea.
I love that song. – Thanks for watching
this episode of Generations React. And shoutout to Alexa Delao
and Monicatt. – New episodes come out all the time.
So, subscribe and hit the bell. – What other challenges
should the generations try? Let us know in the comments.
– Bye, bye. – Hi, guys. JC here,
producer here at FBE. Make sure to check out
all our other episodes across all generations.
Check ’em out. The links are below. Thanks, guys. Bye!

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  2. “I’m pretty sure that movie’s old,”
    I’m almost 21 years old and my entire childhood just cracked into pieces 😂

  3. "that doesn't count! Sydney's not a kid!" I could not agree more with Tom! yeah, sure, her physical age IS a kid, but nah, she's not a kid!

  4. Well if you are watching brooklyn nine-nine you know why is difficult not to sing backstreet boys i want it that way..

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