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Step aside, Richard Bolles. Have a seat, Timothy Ferriss. America's new career guru is "Weird Al" Yankovic .
It just goes to show: comedy is not dead. The King of Pop Music Parody, "Weird Al" Yankovic , has just scored the first #1 album of his career.
Weird Al nabs first No. 1 album with 'Mandatory Fun' Stranger things have happened, but not much.
Weird Al Yankovic has finally laughed his way to the top of the charts with his 14th album, Mandatory Fun , more than 30 years after releasing his first.
As Robin Thicke's Paula plummets down the Billboard album charts faster than Chris Christy on a bungee cord, pop's prince of parody Weird Al Yankovic might be about to score his first chart topping release.
The celebrated parodist has a point, but much of what we've decided are hard-and-fast grammatical rules have more to due with style than clarity.
"Weird Al" Yankovic has been a household name since 1983, and on July 18, he released a video for his song, "Sports Song," on FunnyOrDie.com that features two Grafton High School alumni.
"Yes!" is the name of Jason Mraz' new album. It is also what you should be exclaiming if you were rooting for "Weird Al" Yankovic to win the weekly album sales race.
"I somehow got Pharrell's home email address - I won't say how - and I emailed him and asked if I could do the parody," recalled the 54-year-old comedian.
Southern Culture on the Skids aren’t just for local museum exhibits anymore.
She is the Kanye West of what Tumblr is today. She's the single most important person to what street style is today.
In case you're not aware of what a "lame claim to fame" might be, Weird Al Yankovic is here to explain.
Weird Al Yankovic's #8Days8Videos project wraps up this morning with "Mission Statement," a parody of Crosby, Stills & Nash's "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" that finds Al "applying his proven methodology" to the subject of obnoxious business jargon.
"Weird Al" Yankovic is doing his best Pixies impression on his new track "First World Problems."
In this July 17, 2014 photo, "Weird Al" Yankovic poses for a portrait in Los Angeles.
Given the cornucopia of new videos "Weird Al" Yankovic has given us from his new album, 'Mandatory Fun' , we thought now might be a good time to dig into his videolog and pick out our favorites.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 06:07 am
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