Jessica Alba 'Street Fighter' Moves: Star Tries Her Hand At 'Hadouken-ing' On Instagram [PHOTOS]

Inspired by Japanese school girls posting pictures of themselves doing “Street Fighter” and “Dragon Ball Z” moves, Jessica Alba has been posting photos on Instagram that replicate the effect those moves would have and look like in the video game and anime cartoon. The phenomenon gained the name “Hadouken-ing,” but fans of the series “Dragon Ball Z” have also dubbed the photos “Kamehameha-ing.”

'Street Fighter' Ryu Hadouken The "Street Fighter" move "hadouken" that the photo phenomenon tries to replicate  Facebook/Capcom

While some of the photos don't look as convincing as the photos that started the trend, it’s fun to see others take a swing at replicating this phenomenon that originated in Japan. Compare Alba’s Instagram photos to the original, and judge their execution for yourself. 
 

Japanese School Girls 'Hadouken-ing' Japanese school girls "hadouken-ing" in the original photos that started the phenomenon  Imgur
Alba Tries 'Hadouken-ing' Jessica Alba and friends trying their hand at "hadouken-ing."  Instagram
Japanese School Girls 'Hadouken-ing' Japanese school children that sparked the phenomenon "hadouken-ing"  Imgur
Alba Tries 'Hadouken-ing' Alba and friends outdoors with a more successful "hadouken"  Instagram 'Hadouken-ing' School Girls Japanese school girls "hadouken-ing"  Imgur Alba Tries 'Hadouken-ing' Jessica Alba and co-founders of the Honest Co. replicate the "hadouken-ing" photo phenomenon.  Instagram

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