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Weird Al is Back! Here’s The Video Premiere

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Weird Al Yankovic’s 14th studio album called Mandatory Fun will be released on July 15th.  And as usual, the prince of parody has a few surprises up his Hawaiian shirt sleeve.  Al has unveiled an 8-videos-in-8-days campaign over at the official Weird Al website.  If this first video is any indication, we’re in for a fun week.

Check out this parody of Pharrell’s “Happy” entitled “Tacky”.  It skewers practically everything that annoys us; like people who take selfies, using the word YOLO and those who insist on still twerking.  Also, be sure to check out some crazy cameos by Jack Black, Eric Stonestreet, Aisha Taylor, Margaret Cho, Kristen Schaal and more:

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