The latest trailer for Barbie has just dropped and the whole world is now seemingly obsessed with the upcoming film.
And it’s pretty understandable given the incredible cast, with Margot Robbie starring as the iconic doll and Ryan Gosling as her boyfriend, Ken.
Whilst most fans are obsessing over the bubblegum pink fashion and the life-sized dreamhouse, Chrissy Teigen has been preoccupied with a very particular part of the trailer…Margot Robbie’s feet.
And, just like a real-life doll, the Wolf of Wall Street star struts her stuff in fluffy pink heels before stepping out of them with perfect poise and gravity-defying arches.
It's is quite impressive when you look at it.
And many people have taken to social media to gush about her feet, adding that they would willingly 'buy a ticket to Barbie' just to see Robbie's feet.
And it seems like this also includes Chrissy Teigen.
In a lengthy tweet, the TV personality even stated that she wanted 'a documentary' about the Birds of Prey star's toes.
Mere hours after the trailer dropped, Teigen excitedly wrote on Twitter: “I need to know everything about this shot.
"How many takes, if she held onto something, was she harnessed, is the landing mark sticky, are they her feet, who did the pedicure, really just a documentary on this shot.”
And many people agreed with Teigen and have begun to speculate about how Robbie was so well-heeled in the trailer.
One fan even wrote: “What does she(?) use to keep those heels so smooth?”
While another said: "I had the exact same thought process."
Others were also in awe of the Neighbours actor and her physics-defying stance, with some questioning how Robbie balanced so perfectly.
“Must be sitting or harnessed because I feel you'd see that calf muscle more if she was actually doing this....” added another.
While one fan even wondered whether she'd had prior experience.
They wrote: “I feel like that’s a foot model who trained hard to nail this.”
Perhaps Robbie will reveal her secrets to the world one day.
But for now, fans will have to debate this for a few more months as the film, which is directed by Greta Gerwig, isn’t due to hit cinemas until 21 July.
That's plenty of time to play dress up in the meantime.Featured Image Credit: Newscom / REUTERS / Alamy