'Overwhelmed with pride': NZ's Black Ferns Sevens show off unreal voices in pre-game hype up

'Overwhelmed with pride': NZ's Black Ferns Sevens show off unreal voices in pre-game hype up

Is there anything these wāhine can't do?!

They might not have snagged the win at the Madrid Sevens Series over the weekend, but the Black Ferns Sevens sure won the hearts of TikTok, showing off their incredible multi-talents once again.

Viral footage from the official @nzsevens TikTok account had the ladies strutting down the hallway at Metropolitano Stadium in style.

“On the way to warm up you’ll hear the Black Ferns Sevens before you see them,” the post was hilariously captioned.

Starting with just a shot of the hallway, you can hear the team belting out DJ TOA’s remix of ‘E Te Iwi E’ before they appear not long after.

The whole team strolled on through singing the waiata beautifully, right before their warm-up.

The video has now racked up over 88k views in just two days, with heaps of comments loving the team's vibe.

"What a way to announce your presence ✊🏽”, said one comment.

Another added: “With your competition right behind you... Staunch wāhine alright ❤️🙏🏽”

While it seems they may have gained a new fan from the video. “That's soooooo cool. My fave team in sports now,” wrote a third. 

While a fourth shared: "😍😍😍😍 You ladies are absolutely awesome and I am one wahine that is overwhelmed by pride you display both on and off the field."

Their Black Ferns XV sisters also showed off their talents in a TikTok, singing to their family and friends in a post-match.

The ladies took to the stage in the post-match press room, singing the stunning waiata ‘Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho’ after their victory over the Australian Wallaroos late last month.

Showing off the team’s talents, the clip has been viewed over 350k times and liked by 51k people.

Come July, the Black Ferns Sevens will head to Paris for the Olympics, reigning champions after snagging Gold in Tokyo 2020.

We can’t wait to hear what singalongs they’ll treat us to on their journey to bagging another Gold for NZ.