Taylor Swift is getting in on TikTok's "Mama Said" trend to share how much she admires Shania Twain.

The TikTok trend shows users using Lukas Graham's track "Mama Said" to indicate that you've been given permission, literally or metaphorically, to do a certain thing.

In Swift's case, she's posted a video herself with the caption, "Country Girls Can't Go Pop." As she shrugs, the line "Mama said that it was O.K./Mama said that it was quite all right" comes up and we see an image of Shania Twain -- the original country-turned-pop queen -- in one of her classic videos.

Next is an image of Twain in a sparkly outfit, followed by a picture of the duo hugging each other, and then one of them together onstage at the American Music Awards.

@taylorswift

Learned from the best 💁‍♀️ ##mamasaid ##swifttok @shaniatwain 📷: Getty Images by Jeff Kravitz and Denise Truscello

♬ Mama Said - Lukas Graham

"Learned from the best," Swift wrote in the caption.

Lukas Graham, meanwhile, reacted to the trend by tweeting a few days ago, "Still a little dumbfounded that my song #mamasaid has gone viral all over the place half a decade after first being released but my #mamasaiditwasok."

Oh, and speaking of country girls going pop, Graham's new song, "Call My Name," is out now, featuring backup vocals by female country star Mickey Guyton.