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WATCH: Margot Robbie, Cameron Diaz and more take part in incredible fight challenge


by Edaein OConnell
05th May 2020

This video featuring a range of Hollywood actresses and stunt doubles is a must-watch


Ok, we know that when you hear the words “celebrity video compilation” you may quiver with fear.

There is not one person in this world who has been cured of Gal Gadot’s ‘Imagine’ video. To be honest, we would rather not speak of its evils.

However, we have found another video with a group of celebrities that is superior in content and reasoning.

The ‘Boss Bitch Fight Challenge’ was started on May 1 by actress and stunt-double Zoë Bell. She enlisted some of Hollywood’s top female heavyweights to create a continuous fight scene.

And the result is a feat in social media coordination.

Fighting

The video, which was first posted on Friday, shows a myriad of actresses and stunt doubles ‘fighting’ with each other through the lens of the camera.

It begins with Bell saying to the camera: “I’m so bored. I just want to play with my friends…Wait a minute, I can play with my friends.” She then charges towards the lens with the shot then panning to actress Lucy Lawless who played Xena in the television series Xena: Warrior Princess.

Following this Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Florence Pugh, Halle Berry, Margot Robbie, Scarlett Johannson, and many more show their brawling skills.

It’s fun, exciting and makes you very proud to be a woman.

All celebrities who feel a need to create compilation videos should take note.


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