They are BACK!
Detox, Willam & Vicky the super popular super talented drag queen girl group (that’s a mouthful) are back and just in time! Coming off their 3rd parody “Silicone” (a parody of Robyn’s Dancing on my Own) the trio decide to take on the summer’s biggest hit… with a twist!
No doubt this year one of the biggest headline stealers was Amanda Bynes, and they mashed up her story with the biggest song of the year. Naturally it’s hysterical. I LOVE these three they really are super funny and incredibly talented. Check out “BLURRED BYNES” below!
When a tribe experiences population growth problems, the leader institutes a no more “samesies” rule. In layman’s terms, no more up the butt dude-on-dude action and muff diving for the ladies.
Obviously, this doesn’t go over very well with his flock. The only person on his side is the “black sheep” of the group who happens to engage in some animal loving. Despite, the opposition, the leader is steadfast in “people juice” being used for only “opposite” sexy times. That is… until a sexy new stud appears out of nowhere. Check out the clip below.
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.
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.
Todrick Hall is back with another friggin’ masterpiece. Just when I thought he couldn’t top his hilariously fierce Mean Girls parody, the former American Idol hopeful does. For his latest, he teamed up with The Sing-Off Season 3 winners Pentatonix. They’ve previously worked together, but this time around they hit a home run with their Wizard of Oz parody.
Using a mashup of contemporary songs, they retell the story of Dorothy and her crew on their journey to the land of Oz. Some of the artists featured in the clip are Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Daughtry, Michael Buble, Motley Crue, Miley Cyrus, Danity Kane, Phillip Phillips and many more. Check out their genius collaboration below.
Remember that hilarious marriage equality clip where the gays threatened to marry straight men’s girlfriends? Still cracks me up no matter how many times I watch it. That was followed with the straight guys filming their own video responding to the threats. Wanting to join in on the action, the girlfriends also made a clip firing back at both clips.
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s DOMA ruling, the straight men of Scotch Tape Productions have joined forces with the homosexuals for one last epic clip. Check out what happens when all the men appear in the same sketch. Sorry girlfriends (the female kind), once again you’ve been shunned. LOL. Check out the video below.
“I guess I picked the wrong day to serve waffles,” says Channing Tatum with a straight face. Forget what national security has to say, President Obama can take care of himself. It’s all about protecting recipes from those evil IHOP employees or as he calls them… Hoppers. Al-Qaeda has nothing on these pancake shilling terrorists.
Waffle House Down is a ridiculous, yet amusing, parody of Tatum and Jamie Foxx’s film, White House Down in theaters today. The clip appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the birthplace of Channing’s other hilarious offering, “Channing All Over Your Tatum.” Watch the 33-year-old actor fend off Hoppers with his killer waffles below. It’ll put a smile on your face. The elderly couple trying to have breakfast while mayhem ensues around them are adorable.
How much gayness can you put into one clip? Apparently quite a bit. Somehow Funny or Die was able to wrangle up every hilarious gay YouTube star for their Downton Abbey music video spoof. If you’re one of those who don’t understand the fascination with the slow-paced British period drama, you’ll definitely appreciate this clip titled “Snore.”
Using Madonna’s iconic hit “Vogue” as the beat, Willam, Drew Droege from those hilarious Chloe impersonation videos, Vicky Vox, Michelle Visage, Jonny McGovern and others swap out the lyrics to reference everything Abbey related. From its Christmas specials, multiple deaths and so forth, you’ll find it all in the clip.
If Madonna’s hit doesn’t turn your crank perhaps The Real McCoy’s “Another Night” will. A few bars of that dance classic are used in the bridge. Check out the latest FOD clip below which also features Mr. Neil Patrick Harris aka David Burtka and Stephen Guarino (EastSiders) to name a few. Enjoy.