The Tottenham midfielder, 22, debuted the contorted hand trick after scoring in his side's 2-1 win over Newcastle last weekend.
Ever since, the footballing world has been in a spin desperately trying to replicate the stunt – originally thought-up by "JLingz" brand director Louie Scott.
Alli's Spurs team-mates – including Georges-Kevin Nkoudou and Fernando Llorente – failed drastically in their bid to pull it off.
But the Tottenham man's England team-mate – Lingard – has shown off just how easy it is… and even taught celebs how to do it themselves.
And it would appear the training has paid off, as former X Factor stars Olly Murs and Sam Bailey shared their successful attempts on social media.
Meanwhile, Lingard, 25, has attempted to spark a celebration craze of his own.
The Manchester United midfielder has issued the "JLingz Challenge" – asking supporters to mimic his new potential celebration.
Lingard will get the chance to show off his new challenge for real when United take on Brighton this Sunday.
All eyes will be on England's World Cup star if he finds the back of the net on the South Coast.
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