Women clicking selfies is not a very rare occurrence. Recently, a lady in a train proved that she is not ashamed of photographing herself in public and that's exactly why Twitter is praising her.

Fox News reported that Twitter user Ben Yahr captured the video in his phone while he was travelling in a subway train in New York on Saturday. He saw a woman in a black dress inside the train, who was trying to click the perfect selfie to upload. He shared the video on Twitter and since then the retweets haven't stopped and the one-minute long video has had seven million views.

Ben captioned the video: "This woman giving it ALL to the selfie cam on the train is SENDING ME." After several re-shares, it was found out that the name of the woman is Jessica George.

Twitter has praised her confidence and people commented saying, "Is this what it's like to NOT have social anxiety?"

Another commentator wrote, "I want to be this unbothered in life." One commentator even went to the extent of saying, "Honestly she is my new queen, I worship her and ONLY her!!"

Jessica George replied to Yahr's post and said, "thank u sir" with a laughing crying expression. Along with it, she shared some of the photos she had clicked on the subway train. Although many criticised Yahr for taking her video without her consent, she seems to be taking it pretty well.

She also wrote in another post, "[I] am overwhelmed by the kind words expressed by everyone and I just want to say THANK YOU to all. let's spread this positivity and continue to uplift one another." Her photo was liked 70 thousand times and she also thanked the people who had contacted her after her photoshoot went viral.

It seems Twitter is like the real hero these days. Even if we might not, in reality, have the well-built macho heroes that we have worshipped since childhood, these social media platforms show us some daily heroes who are the real trendsetters.

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A 3D-printed logo for Twitter is seen in this picture illustration made in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina on January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic