Cardi B is trying anything and everything!
On Thursday, the 28-year-old rapper launched a new video series, Cardi Tries___, via Facebook’s Messenger app, which features the "WAP" crooner attempting something new in each episode.
From ballet dancing to stunt car driving and firefighting to teaching, Cardi will be joined in each episode by experts in the field — including actress and choreographer Debbie Allen, basketball star Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers, country music singer-songwriter Mickey Guyton and actress Michelle Rodriguez — as she attempts to learn more about different careers.
The new series is part of Facebook Messenger's new Watch Together feature, which allows users to view Facebook Watch videos together in real-time. Viewers will be able to access the series by starting a call on Messenger, Instagram and Messenger Rooms and accessing the Watch Together menu.
New episodes of Cardi Tries___ will drop every Thursday through February 4.
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Cardi announced her newest venture on Thursday by sharing the trailer for the series.
"Get ready YALL! My new show Cardi Tries ___ launches today! Watch me try ballet, stunt car racing and basketball to name a few," the "I Like It" songstress wrote alongside the video, which promises to show the Grammy award-winning singer "like you've never seen her before."
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In a subsequent post, Cardi also gave fans a glimpse at the first Cardi Tries ___ episode, where she learns how to be a ballerina from Allen, 70.
"Have you done ballet before?" the Grey's Anatomy star asks Cardi in the preview, to which she replies, "I used to be a stripper."
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Cardi's new Facebook Watch series comes after a successful year for the mother of one, who broke records with her chart-topping collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion.
"This year, when it came to music, I had so many things planned. I had so many projects that I wanted to come out," she started. "Unfortunately, due to COVID, I couldn't put out the visuals the way that I wanted, it messed up my creative space. I think everyone this year was just messed up."
"So I'm just grateful and thankful that the song that I actually did put out this year, which was 'WAP,' featuring Megan Thee Stallion, not only was it an amazing song that broke so many records, but it was a conversation that I never thought was going to be so big," she added with a laugh.