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Kylie Jenner Singing to Wake Up Her Daughter Is Twitter’s Favorite New Meme

"Rise and shine!"

Instagram: Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner has once again become the target of mom-shaming. But instead of being targeted by the parenting police, she has become the subject of ridicule on Twitter, which has transformed the self-made billionaire into a memified mom.

The ridicule has come as a result of Kylie’s video tour of her Cosmetics office. At the end of the video, Kylie walks into her daughter Stormi’s playroom in order to wake her up. The video shows Kylie turning on the light and signing “Rise and Shine” next to her daughter’s crib.

This all sounds pretty standard, right? But watching Kylie’s wake-up song is a bizarre experience that is hard to fully explain, as she sounds like she is auditioning for American Idol instead of waking her daughter up. And before long, it began making the rounds on Twitter. In just a few days, the video has been viewed over 13 million times and everyone has been adding their own takes on Kylie’s strangely hypnotic performance.

A girl decided to perfectly recreate the scene, including over-the-top singing.

One Twitter user decided to add an entire choir to the performance, remixing it to sound like the opening of a hit song for some hipster folk band.

And since it’s Twitter, SpongeBob memes obviously were involved as well.

One person used it to wake up their dog, who did not appear to enjoy the vocal performance.

Even celebrities got in on the meme train, with Ariana Grande asking if she could sample Kylie’s song while delivering her own rendition.

Fortunately, all of this appears to be in good fun and it doesn’t look like anyone is actually calling out Kylie’s parenting skills. Hopefully it stays that way because there is truly nothing worse than self-righteous parents calling out other parents for doing perfectly normal things.