IT'S not every football club whose co-owner shares a video of himself taking on the latest TikTok challenge which is subsequently crashed by Anchorman star Will Ferrell.

In fact, it's only one club. Our club. Wrexham AFC.

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Ryan Reynolds has shared a video on TikTok, as well as Twitter and Instagram, of himself taking on the Grace Kelly challenge.

In doing do, he has sparked a wave of other people around the world doing it themselves.

But none are likely to surpass Ryan's attempt.

Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell on the set of Spirited. Image: vancityreynolds/Instagram

Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell on the set of Spirited. Image: vancityreynolds/Instagram

Posting it, he said: "Late to the Grace Kelly Tik Tok trend but WAY early for our Christmas movie musical."

The Canadian star of Deadpool, who is also co-chairman of Wrexham AFC with Rob McElhenney in case you missed it, filmed his take on the challenge on the set of his latest movie project Spirited.

During it, co-star Will Ferrell crashes the video to provide the high-pitched singing voice to effectively complete the challenge in the style of Lebanese-born British singer-songwriter Mika.

Ryan begins singing the song in a low register, repeating the process to create harmonies, until Will steps in and the pair show off their harmonising skills.

The repeated lyrics of the 2007 song are: "I could be brown, I could be blue, I could be violet sky

"I could be hurtful, I could be purple, I could be anything you like."

The film, Spirited, is described as a modern musical reimagining of Charles Dickens' 1843 seasonal classic A Christmas Carol.

Ryan, reportedly playing Scrooge, and Ferrell star along with Octavia Spencer and Sunita Mani.