A PRO-independence music duo have put a Scottish twist on a popular TikTok trend made famous by Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds.

Brothers Iain and Andrew Mundy – collectively known as Braw – have put together their own version of the Grace Kelly challenge which pays tribute to the Highlands, Islands and Lowlands as well as the Scots language.

The trend took off last year as TikTok users began to sing acapella versions of the 2007 Mika hit, with people layering up harmonies before hitting the high notes in the much-loved chorus.

It then went viral when actors Reynolds and Ferrell recorded their own rendition which clocked up 150 million views.

Now Braw – who use close harmonies in all their songs - have put their own Scottish stamp on the trend by changing the lyrics.

Their version goes: “I could be low, I could be high, up in the Isle of Skye, I could be crabbit, I could be glaikit, I could be anything you like.”

To add even more Scottish vibes, the video was recorded at Crossbill Gin Distillery in Glasgow, where Andrew works.

Passionate Yesser Iain said he had been keen to have a go at the challenge for some time but didn’t want to just copy everyone else, which eventually led to them deciding to throw some Scots into the mix.

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The 29-year-old, based in South Lanarkshire, said: “We knew given our singing style that we’d be able to give the challenge a good go but we wanted to bring our personalities to it.

“We always try and bring Scotland into our songs somehow so it made sense to change the lyrics and try and get some Scots in there.

“Crabbit and glaikit are just great Scots words and they fit so well. I don’t think anyone has done anything like this version before so we’re hoping it will take off.”

The original lyrics to the chorus go: “I could be brown, I could be blue, I could be violet sky, I could be hurtful, I could be purple, I could be anything you like.”

Grace Kelly reached number one in the UK and stayed there for five weeks.

Braw released their first album A Few Miles More last year which is available on Spotify, iTunes, and other platforms.