DEVIL'S ADVOCATE AND WHITE NIGHT DETECTIVE TIME!>>102179342
It's kinda hard to spot with the speed of Vivzie's gif, but the upper teeth aren't rendered all the way around. Also, notice in the rightwards gif, the rearward part of the mouth has a visible angular crease. While in Vivzs, instead of a crease(which would be an artifact of frame by frame referencing) , it's a bending curve. This one's fine. >>102179399
OOh, almost got me.
Right gif first, I'm assuming the "copied" part is the creature in the background as they sync up better. BUT.
The right gif, most visible in the rear paws, you see them do a "bounce" - up down up - when they start being lifted, then they promptly arc down when they are placed. If Vivzie used this as anything besides inspiration, you'd see that same bounce.
Instead, the rear paws lift promptly off the ground in turn, and the rear left leg seems to perform a slight bounce(or jitter in error). Either way, that jitter seems to precede the foot landing rather than taking off.
Even if she did trace it instead of more likely referencing it frame by frame, she did it in her style, adding original secondary motions like the tail, thick hair bangs glapping against the arm, and 'ear?'
Eh, okay. Not like anyone who's seen Me Me Me and that gif hasn't put two and two together. Minus extra points for putting it in the 2015 reel, I guess.>>102179360
Barring coincidence, which IS entirely within the realm of possibility,Heavily referenced, similar composition.
Most I can do is devil's advocate for "originality of scenario - I doubt that giant kangaroo was jumping in sync with the "clap clap" at the beginning of Kesha's 'Die young'.