Muse na ni-level up ang pag-rampa, tumambling; takong ng heels nasira

Muse na ni-level up ang pag-rampa, tumambling; takong ng heels nasira

- A video of a muse who wanted to level-up her catwalk has gone viral

- While in heels, she decided to go tumbling and opted to do a cartwheel

- Her purpose was to ensure that she would stand out from all the other muses who already did their catwalk

- The end result was not exactly what she expected as she stumbled several times and broke both heels

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A video of a muse who was trying to exceed the other muses with her daring catwalk has gone viral.

Muse na ni-level up ang pag-rampa, tumambling; takong ng heels nasira
Photo: Screenshot from GMA News
Source: Facebook

The muse, identified by GMA News as Kendra Marie, was the last to do the catwalk and she wanted to level up the ante.

To standout, she decided to go tumbling while walking in heels, and that is just what she did.

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The tumbling was perfect, but the landing, can be considered as something one would not want to happen.

Yes, she landed on both feet but the heels of her shoes got broken.

She ended up removing both shoes, and doing the catwalk barefoot.

Viral stories are often the ones that touch the emotions of people. Many of these stories are about how people overcome the obstacles facing them and became victorious. Others are about humorous circumstances, though there are a few that talk about sad endings.

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