Trisha Paytas recreated Hilary Duff’s ‘What Dreams Are Made Of’ and it's actually amazing

11 June 2019, 15:47 | Updated: 11 June 2019, 15:49

Trisha Paytas / Hilary Duff in The Lizzie McGuire Movie
Trisha Paytas / Hilary Duff in The Lizzie McGuire Movie. Picture: YouTube

By Rachel Finn

The internet is completely losing it over Trisha's cover, which recreates every detail of the original video.

Trisha Paytas has shared an iconic cover of ‘What Dreams Are Made Of’ from the Lizzie McGuire movie.

For those who somehow missed it (or maybe weren’t even born yet, eek), 2003 was a golden year, seeing the release of the Lizzie McGuire movie, where Lizzie - played by Hilary Duff - heads on a school trip to Rome and finds romance, ends up being mistaken for a world famous pop star and accidentally ends up singing pop bop ‘What Dreams Are Made Of’ alongside her doppelgänger at the Colosseum. The performance is one of the most iconic moments of the film - and now Trisha Paytas has shared her own version.

Trisha’s version of the video copies everything shot-by-shot from the outfits to the dance routines and the facial expressions, and even has Lizzie’s ‘mom’ played by Trisha’s IRL mum, Lena, as well as ‘Gordo’ and ‘Mrs. Ungermeyer’.

It turns out that re-creating this vital scene from so many of our childhoods has had an astounding effect on people online.

It's not the first time Trisha has covered a well-known song either. Earlier this year, she shared a covered of 'Shallow' from 'A Star Is Born' - and it quickly became a meme.

Trisha’s latest video might be full of feel-good joy, but she has been caught up in some other drama recently.

PewDiePie recently made a video about Trisha, accusing her of being "insecure" as well as a "liar, manipulator, playing victim, aggressive, abusive" after she got into fights with YouTubers Ethan Klein of h3h3Productions and Nikocado Avocado.