Lisa Gilroy is an actress who is best known for her role on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Lisa is mostly known as a bit actor who plays various comedic roles. After her latest online video, Gilroy has been getting much more attention.

The actress posted a hilarious spoof of YouTube skincare videos. Instead of just going over her routine, she casually commits a pretend murder. The pacing and comic timing is absolutely perfect.

“A lot of you have been asking to see my nighttime skincare routine, so here it is. First, I start with a foaming cleanser. I like this one by Clinique because it’s nice and gentle. I follow that with a BHA liquid exfoliant. 2%, don’t forget the neck. And, after this, I usually wear my red light therapy mask for about fifteen minutes and while I’m wearing it, I decide who I’m going to kill.

For this part, of course, I need a murder weapon. Here, I’m just using a common knife from the kitchen, because, I don’t know… I’m lazy. This one’s serrated which makes it harder to kill someone, but a bit of fun as well. This one’s made by Henckels, I really love it.


I do the deed, excuse me for the camerawork here, it’s really hard to film that, and I move the body to a secure location. This person was shorter than the people that I normally kill, so this was a bit easier to move, but still, always a struggle to lift it into a dumpster. This is a friend’s dumpster, so the police can’t trace this back to me. I lift it all by myself, which is always a little difficult, and I follow all of this with rose water spray and moisturizer. Good night!”

Anyone who has ever watched one of these skincare routine videos knows that Lisa Gilroy nailed it. The video has been retweeted and quote tweeted over 2,000 times and has garnered a ton of attention. This could be the biggest viral video of the month if it continues to spread.

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Transcription by Thirsty

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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