A decade ago, who’d have guessed that three dorked-out comedians could command a guest list worthy of a Jay-Z record?
For $5 million.
What, you forgot 'Sifl & Olly' and 'The Young Ones'? What have Snooki and Co. done to you?
Happy 1.6 million followers, Questlove!
Plus: Weird Al almost finished with next masterpiece.
How We Got from Rappin' Rodney to "Lazy Sunday"
Yes, and the song is called "Thinkin' Bout Something."
"I've know he's weird... I think I've always known."
Guess the world of music-video spoofs has lost its luster.
He's writing and directing, but the movie's protagonist will "most likely be teenage."
Now this is (slightly) more like it.
Or is popular music the problem?
"It's actually a song inspired by seeing Brian Wilson once when Weird Al and I got together with our kids and saw him wandering in a park."
Music's preeminent song parodist, "Weird Al" Yankovic, returns this morning with a new single and video, and, we'll be honest, we're a little disappointed.
We figured you should probably know about this.
And it's awesome!
Predictably, Apple's stock price has plummeted nine points since the opening bell.
On his blog, Weird Al Yankovic has confirmed that his new single will be a parody of T.I.'s 'Whatever You Like.'
Says Al: 'It's a parody of a song that very recently was (or perhaps still is) the number one song in the country.'
''Girls Just Wanna Have Lunch' was parody done under duress.'
We've long been champions of "Weird Al" as an artist, but, until now, we never really considered his greater impact as an American patriot.
Plus news about Radiohead and ABC!
Who will make it into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? We don't care!
Yep, he played "Eat It." "Amish Paradise" too.
Entertainment legend Merv Griffin died yesterday at the age of 82.