Will Smith makes an extreme #InMyFeelingsChallenge video

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Will Smith just one-upped literally EVERYBODY who's been partaking in the Drake-inspired viral dance challenge taking the web by storm.by nailing it on top of a bridge.

After weeks of the challenge going viral with fans on social media, the 49-year-old took to his Instagram to share a video of himself doing the dance in Budapest - while scaling a bridge!

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Drake weighed in and declared Smith the victor of the challenge. Currently, the video has over 5 million views after being posted three hours ago.

The whole #InMyFeelingsChallenge started when Instagram comedian Shiggy made up a routine, which he dubbed #DoTheShiggy, set to Drake's catchy "In My Feelings" track.

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Drake even commented on the video saying, "Wow the video is done". Smith admitted that his dance moves are a little stiff because he was terrified of the heights. Shoker also approved of Smith's take on the internet craze he created, commenting, "NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH GET SHIGGY WITH IT" - an obvious ode to Smith's 1999 hit, "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It".

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