First former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, now the Disney princesses, it looks like everyone is getting wild during spring break.
College Humor took the liberty of spoofing the much talked about Spring Breakers movie with all our favourite Disney princesses. Not everything is all “Happy Ever After” for Jasmine, Ariel, Cinderella and Snow White as they rob stepmothers, get crunk with a cornrowed Genie and shoot some magical wands off into the air. The girls get so wild that Mickey Mouse would probably chose to shoot himself rather than watch.
“It means no worries for the rest of your days, y’all,” the Genie says.
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Shows are defined by their genres — some shows are dramatic and emotionally heavy, and others we love because they’re fluffy and fun to watch. What happens when you take your favourite dramatic show and turn it into a comedy? Or when you take your favourite character from your favourite comedy and make him the psycho antagonist? Well, ANDPOP wants to show you what your favourite shows would look like if they were a different genre.
I don’t know if I will ever look at Kurt Hummel in the same again, while Abed, on the other hand, I had always pictured as a serial killer. One things for sure though if The Walking Dead was comedy, that would one warped TV show. I mean, zombies eating people isn’t something I commonly find funny. Although, psycho killer Maggie Smith would be quite funny if Dowton Abbey were a horror show. I guess all this possibilities is why fan-fiction is all the rage…alongside other reasons that shall not be discussed.
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When Robyn was announced as the music guest on last week’s episode of Saturday Night Live, the writers had to pay homage to the incredibly talented Swedish perform somehow.
SNL actor Taran Killam spoofed Robyn’s video for “Call Your Girlfriend” which uses a singel camera shot while she dances alone, wildly. Taran tried to match the video outfit as close as possible and even tries to emulate the club-like lighting by getting a coworker to flick around a flashlight.
At the 2-minute mark you can see Taran try to pull off the same gymnastic dance moves Robyn successfully does in the video. Taran’s dance space is very limited compared to Robyn’s but he never breaks character, and that’s something to applaud him for.
Watch Taran’s take on “Call Your Girlfriend” below, before checking out Robyn’s original video.
Well played, Jimmy Fallon, well played!
Since news broke about Justin Bieber’s alleged baby mama drama, everyone’s been poking fun at him. Justin Bieber is still a baby more or less, so to think of him raising a baby is just obsurd.
On his late night talk show, Jimmy Fallon does a great spoof of Justin’s song Baby, calling his rendition (It’s Not My) Baby. Jimmy even got a Black Thought, member of The Roots to provide the Ludacris rap verse that’s featured in the original song. He changed the lyrics up, of course.
“She was my first lover, got her over that bathroom sink. I forgot to put a rubber, on my shrinky dink.” Genius!
Jimmy’s impressions of celebrities are always dead-on and I can see this spoof being the next YouTube hit. Watch the video below.
Jimmy Fallon has figured out Charlie Sheen’s next career move after “Two and a Half Men.” If Ashton Kutcher is going to replace Charlie, then Charlie should have his own prank show, similar to “Punk’d.” Jimmy did a spoof of the show to demonstrate the merit behind the idea.
On this show, Charlie Sheen is doing the punking, although he is much more obvious and deliberate about it. And instead of getting “Punk’d,” you get “Sheen’d.”
See below for what the show would look like. We would watch it. And the show suits Charlie Sheen perfectly.