One federal party leader is having some fun online during this pandemic and sharing it with the world. Jagmeet Singh's TikTok video with his wife shows off his luscious locks and it's amazing. Now we've finally gotten his take on the flip the switch trend.

Singh's most recent TikTok is like a sneak peek into how he and his wife are spending their time during isolation.

In the video, you can see Gurkiran Kaur and the NDP leader in their bathroom while he records them.

She's wearing a white button-down shirt with her hair down while he stands a little bit behind her in a black sweatshirt with the hood up.

Then, Singh flips the light switch off and when the lights come back on, it reveals Kaur in his sweatshirt. Meanwhile, Singh's in the button-down with his hair flowing and grooving to the music.

The couple switched places and outfits when the lights went out following the popular TikTok trend.

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Across the top of the video is a block of text that tells people to stay at home.

"Distancing is working, together we can beat COVID-19," he said in the caption.

It was also noted by the politician that Kaur looks better in his clothes than he does.

This isn't Singh's first TikTok with Kaur either.

Back in March, he posted a video of the two of them in the middle of the street doing what he called "coronavirus greetings."

After he successfully finished the dance, you can spot him lifting his arms into the air before moving off-camera.

"Stay safe," he captioned.

Singh posted his first video back in August 2019 but it was during election month that he really started getting into the social media platform.

Since then, he's posted a bunch of videos including ones with his brother and an NDP MP along with ones of him dancing and talking about COVID-19.

A few months ago, Singh also took shots at Justin Trudeau in one TikTok post. The controversial video took a stab at Canada's prime minister and gathered up over 220,000 likes and 17,000 shares.

Recently, the NDP leader was vocal and expressed that the government should be supplying workers in Canada with ample financial support during these uncertain times.

In March, Singh pled for Trudeau and the federal government to give everyone $2000 immediately as financial aid.

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