WATCH: Teacher Sings Her Own Version of Pop Songs During First Day of School Presentation
We can't decide if this Michigan teacher is the most amazing or most embarrassing teacher ever after watching her sing a medley of pop songs, with her own lyrics, to her class on the first day of school.
Ms. Wippel (you can see her name on the board) opened her first day of school by singing her own versions of pop songs as her introduction to the class to letting them know what to expect from the school year. Luckily, a student captured all cringe-worthy 8 minutes and posted it to YouTube.
She opens with a version of Calvin Harris' "This is What You Came For," segues to Rihanna's "Work", then Fifth Harmony's 'Work From Home', Carrie Underwood's
'Before He Cheats,' and wraps up with Drake's 'Hotline Bling.'
So the basic message here is she's going to make you work in class, at home, don't cheat on tests, and no phones in class, all packaged in big box of embarrassment for her students with a bright sparkly bow on top.
In an interview with People she doesn't apologize for he bad singing, saying "I'm not doing this because I think I'm going to the next Voice winner! I just wanted to bring a smile to my students' faces."
Smile, groan, eye roll...whatever. She did make her point.