It took Senator Elizabeth Warren participating for Drake to finally acknowledge the viral TikTok challenge, “flip the switch.” Warren appeared on “Saturday Night Live” Saturday as the guest host, and she and “SNL” regular Kate McKinnon had some fun backstage.

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” TikTok account posted a video Sunday of McKinnon and Warren backstage at the show completing the challenge, according to Insider. It has already been liked 1.2 million times, viewed 7.9 million times and received 10,200 comments. The viral status of the video caught the eye of the “Nonstop” rapper himself. He commented on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” Instagram account of the video and said, “wow I need to come home.”

TikTok has been blowing up in the past few weeks as more than 76,000 people have attempted the “flip the switch” challenge set to Drake’s song, “Nonstop” from his 2018 album, “Scorpion.” The challenge finds two users standing in front of a mirror as the song begins to play. When the opening line, “I just flipped the switch, flipped, flipped,” comes on, the two people then turn off the light, switch places, exchange outfits and then turn the light back on.

Drake hasn’t publicly commented on the challenge until now, but he isn’t the only celebrity who seems to enjoy Warren and McKinnon's TikTok. “Molly’s Game” and “It Chapter Two” actress Jessica Chastain commented on the NBC Instagram post as well and called it, “EVERYTHING,” with a black heart emoji. Frequent National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry, known for his photo “Afghan Girl,” also commented with a heart, and country singer Margo Price commented, “crying laughing.”

This isn’t the first Drake song to inspire a viral social media challenge. In summer 2018, his single “In My Feelings” sparked a dance challenge on Instagram where people would record their friends hopping out of a slowly moving car, dancing to the lyrics, “Kiki, do you love me? Are you riding? Say you’ll never ever leave from beside me,” The Washington Post reported

Drake Drake accepts the Best Rap Song award at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10, 2019. Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy