Jamie Lee Curtis Joins TikTok in 'Teenage Dirtbag' Trend

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See the iconic actress put her own spin on the viral TikTok trend.

Jamie Lee Curtis has officially made her TikTok debut!

The Halloween actress, 63, apparently couldn't resist joining in on the popular trend going around on TikTok using audio from the song "Teenage Dirtbag"—and let's just say, she totally crushed it. 

Following along with the trend (where TikTok users share their best and grungiest photos from their teenage years), Curtis showed off a series of nostalgic snaps from throughout her iconic career

Two of Curtis' throwback photos show her wearing body suits that show off her very leggy physique, while she sports a white string bikini in a sultry shot from the 1983 film Trading Places in another.

Of course, Curtis didn't leave her Halloween fans hanging. She also shared multiple shots from the cult classic 1978 horror film–including one shot of her wearing the infamous Michael Meyers mask, which she comically zoomed in on at the end of the clip. 

"Apparently I'm now on TikTok," she captioned the video–which now has over 3 million likes–before wishing everyone "HAPPY HALLOWEEN." 

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Curtis appears to be in the Halloween spirit already, as she's been anticipating the release of the franchise's latest installment: Halloween Ends

In the scary new flick, Curtis' character, Laurie Strode, is expected to go head to head with Michael Myers one last time; after battling the notorious killer for years. 

Earlier this week, the Freaky Friday star teased the release of the upcoming film, with a clip from the trailer, which she aptly captioned, "S🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃N @halloweenmovie." 

The video shows Curtis duking it out with her arch nemesis once again, including a scene where she tells the villain, "Come get me, mother f*****," prompting fans to practically count down the days until they can see how the saga finally ends. 

Halloween Ends is expected to hit theaters just in time for Halloween, on Friday, October 14. 

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