In the video, A-Rod and J.Lo are dressed up in what appears to be a hotel room or lobby. A-Rod is holding the camera and staring impassively into the mirror, while J.Lo starts dancing. When the lights go out, hilarity [email protected]##LateNight Tik Toks 💯💯 @jlo ##waitforit♬ original sound – arod13Hopefully J.Lo doesn’t need to wear that dress again after A-Rod stretched it out, but you can’t doubt his commitment to the bit. He even wore her earrings.MORE: The Cardinals did Jack Flaherty dirty in his contract situationThe video has 219,000 likes and over two million views in just half a day, and is his most popular TikTok to date. A-Rod has only recently joined TikTok and seems to enjoy the dancing aspect of it. He has four TikToks posted to his page, and most of them involve his daughters and some type of dance or challenge. Before this went viral, his first TikTok of him doing the “renegade challenge” with his daughter Tashi was his most watched, with over 500,000 views and 44,000 likes. @arod13This is my first Tik Tok!!!! My daughter, Tashi, told me this is the ##renegade challenge. How’d I do?!? 🤣 ##dance♬ original sound – arod13MORE: When is Opening Day 2020? Date, schedule, start times for all 30 MLB teamsA-Rod and J.Lo are the most recent celebrities to take part in this challenge, but plenty of other stars have flipped the switch too. “SNL” posted a video of a dancing Kate McKinnon and former Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren to Twitter on Saturday.𝗙𝗹𝗶𝗽𝗽𝗲𝗱 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘀𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗰𝗵. pic.twitter.com/t8qHcGRUhY— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) March 8, 2020A-Rod and J.Lo have been dating since 2017, and got engaged in 2019. Apparently, nothing keeps the romance alive like couples TikToks. A-Rod is flipping — but not his bat.The former Yankees third basemen posted a TikTok last night with his fiancée, entertainer Jennifer Lopez, featuring one of the latest TikTok memes that’s been the sweeping through the app. It uses part of Drake’s song “Nonstop” in which you hear the rapper say “I just flipped the switch.” At that point, the people in the video turn off the light and turn it on again to reveal they’ve “switched,” usually positions and clothing.