Todrick Hall has once again created a masterpiece. He’s truly outdone himself on this one. If you’ve been following the former American Idol hopeful, you know that he has a thing for fairy tales and Beyonce. Naturally, it was only a matter of time before he combined the two.
Cinderonce is his latest parody. He tells the classic Disney fairy tale using Beyonce tracks as the soundtrack. From “Halo” to “Love on Top” Prince Charming’s journey to find his princess is told through the lyrics of Bey.
One highlight occurs when Cinderlla’s fairy godmother, played by Shangela, appears to give her a beautiful ball gown. Naturally, “Freakum Dress” plays. Another favorite musical moment happens when Cinderella’s ratchet stepsisters try to fit their feet in the glass slipper to “Why Don’t You Love Me.” Absolutely brillballs.
Check his latest creation below. If you haven’t sampled his other work, be sure to click on the related links at the end of the post.
If you ever receive an invite to John Legend’s home, first of all… you lucky bitch. Secondly, you should probably be warned that dude loves to do everything naked.
Whether he’s working hard on his next album (Love In Future), watching television or taking a nap, the 34-year-old R&B singer loves to be au naturel. In between all these “tasks,” Legend likes to freshen up by taking numerous showers a day. His water bill must be insane. Check out his Funny or Die clip below. Best part of it is when he singes his dick while making mac and cheese. Yummy… regarding to both ;)
Wonder no more. Some enterprising 18-year-old (according to his YouTube bio) has given us exactly that. Instead of a gritty drama about meth, the AMC hit show is now reimagined as a gay romantic comedy between Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) thanks to some ingenious editing of existing Breaking Bad footage. Also helping to convey a more lighthearted comedic vibe is the clip soundtrack featuring music by Amy Winehouse, Marvin Gaye and Fun.
Since a new episode airs tonight on AMC, I thought I’d share this fun clip. If you found the Breaking Bad Brokeback Mountain supercut entertaining, you’ll appreciate this one more. Enjoy.
Simply effing amazing. I know that word is beyond overused these days, but it’s the perfect one to describe this truly sensational performance. Comedienne Christina Bianco covers Bonnie Tyler’s 80s classic “Total Eclipse of The Heart” while impersonating 19 divas. Her Julie Andrews and Christina Aguilera moments are EVERYTHING. Also impressive are her Bette Midler, Gwen Stefani, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Cher and Alanis Morissette impersonations.
It’s uncanny how she can switch up her voice to sound exactly like these ladies. She starts off her performance with Adele, which IMHO is her weakest, but it definitely builds from there. Check out the video below, I guarantee you’ll enjoy it.
The guys over at News Be Funny have compiled all the best news bloopers from July 2013. A few highlights include a woman inadvertently drawing a penis while describing traffic (:13 mark), fake Asian pilot names (:56 mark), a weather woman rolling her eyes thinking the camera has panned away (2:37 mark) and a really weird bear safety demonstration (1:08 mark). You really have to see it to believe it.
But my favorite is this woman giving an eyewitness account (7:20 mark). I really can’t understand her, but her actions while describing the events had me laughing. She looked like a crazy pecking chicken. She’s even wearing yellow.
Another hilarious moment is a reporter on location at a mall calling out passersby (6:30 mark). He brings the unsuspecting guys for an interview about embarrassing things such as genital warts and wearing woman’s panties to name a few. Check out the bloopers compilation below which includes the aforementioned items along with usual laughing fits and flubbed lines.
A couple of days ago, Miley Cyrus revealed a new cut of “We Can’t Stop” is in the works once the original video reaches 100 million hits on YouTube. The 20-year-old singer teased that an “even crazier version” was in store for her fans. Call me crazy, but I thought it was trippy enough. I can’t wait to see what else is up her sleeves. With the video already passing the milestone, I fully expect Cyrus to drop the alternate edit any moment now.
While we wait for her new masterpiece, I thought I’d share College Humor’s “no music” version of Miley’s hit that went viral earlier this week. The humor site teamed up with Music Videos Without Music to create a version featuring just sound effects and Miley singing without any of the background music. Watching the clip is even more wacky with random sounds to accompanying the eerie imagery. One of my favorite parts occurs at the .52 mark when Cyrus just oohs and aahs. Hilarious.
When’s the last time you did something nice for someone randomly? Not for someone’s birthday or for someone you have a crush on, we’re talking completely random, like buying coffee for the person behind you at Starbucks.
“You can’t change the world in one day but you CAN change someone’s world.” That’s the motto for #GetRAOKT, (pronounced like Get ROCKED) which is an acronym for the “Random Acts Of Kindness Tour.” This September 1st Jessica Schafer and myself will be setting out on a year long adventure around North America with one goal in mind, perform as many random acts of kindness as we can and inspire a new generation of people to get involved in their communities whether it’s a small or large amount. It only makes sense since I’m the “Do-Good” one of the cast here at Homorazzi. We decided 3 months ago that it was time to make a change and do something that we felt would make a difference and thus #GetRAOKT was born and we’ve been saving ever since.
North America tends to be a place that easily gets lost in the “me” syndrome. Have you ever noticed how it makes you feel way better when focusing on the “we” instead of “me” by making someone’s day a little brighter? From volunteering at shelters, cleaning up after natural disasters and writing thank you letters for social workers to taking underprivileged families to a theme park for the day, we’re going to try and do it all. Couch surfing and car sharing every inch of the way. Speaking of which, if you’re interested in having 2 awesome house guests for a few days let us know! The trip itinerary along with more information can be found on FundMyTravel.com, a website dedicated to helping fund purposeful travel.
This year the Capital decided to go with a more urban approach and I’m glad they did because this is absolutely ghetto fabulous in all the right ways. Todrick Hall is back with another hilarious movie parody. This time he takes a stab (literally) at The Hunger Games.
He’s enlisted his fellow reality singing losers, Vonzell Solomon (American Idol 4) and Paige Thomas (X Factor 2) to put a ratchet spin on the popular movie franchise. The true star of the parody, however, is that chick who played the plus size Amanda Seyfried in Hall’s Mean Gurlz spoof. I don’t know her name, but every time she appears on screen, I just want to laugh.
The Hungry Games features some truly horrible fatalities including death by weaves, watermelon tossing, deadly ratchet nails and other stereotypes involving African Americans. Give it a watch below.