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‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Jokes About Madonna’s ‘Fried Fish’ Parody Of ‘Vogue’

ET Canada logo ET Canada 2020-03-22 Brent Furdyk
Weird Al Yankovic, Madonna posing for the camera: JOHN G MABANGLO - CPImages/Getty Images JOHN G MABANGLO - CPImages/Getty Images

Madonna took to social media recently to share a coronavirus-inspired parody of her hit "Vogue", inexplicably changing the lyrics to become a song proclaiming her love for "fried fish."

In the video, the 61-year-old star is seen in her bathroom, singing into a hairbrush.

"Weird Al" Yankovic had something to say about Madonna's video.

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Having parodied countless songs over the years, ranging from "Gangster's Paradise" ("Amish Paradise") to Michael Jackson's "Beat It" ("Eat It") to Madonna's own "Like a Virgin" ("Like a Surgeon"), Yankovic knows a thing or two about song parodies.

"See?" he wrote in response to Madonna's video. "Not so easy, is it?"

Instead of the original lyrics — “Come on, vogue/Let your body move to the music (move to the music)/Hey, hey, hey/Come on, vogue/Let your body go with the flow (go with the flow)/You know you can do it” — Madonna substituted, “Come on, go/Let’s go eat some fried fish/Come on, vogue, I mean go/Cause there’s no more pasta/Oh no, we’re gonna eat some fried fish, yeah."

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“Living in special times,” she wrote in the caption. “Thank GOD for imagination and fried fish!”

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