Remember "Weird Al" Yankovic? The "Beat It" guy, who rose to fame in the 80s for his comedic song parodies? Well, it's now 2014, and he's back, with a new album and eight new music videos.
The 54-year-old's new album, "Mandatory Fun," comes out on Tuesday, but if you can't wait for the big day, don't worry. After all, you've been anxiously awaiting this day since his last studio album was released three years ago, right?
Monday morning, Yankovic started his #8videos8days project. As the name suggests, he'll be releasing a new music video 8 days in a row, featuring songs off of his new album.
He tweeted on Sunday to make the big announcement.
I'll be premiering 8 brand new music videos - one every single day for 8 days - starting TOMORROW MORNING. (11 AM Eastern, 8 AM Pacific)— Al Yankovic (@alyankovic) July 13, 2014
And then Monday morning, the weirdness began, with a parody of Pharrell Williams' "Happy," called, "Tacky."
In the song, he sings about being tacky, doing everything unthinkable, such as "wearing stripes with plaid," practicing his "twerking moves in line at the DMV," and live-tweeting a funeral, then taking selfies with the deceased.
The video features celebrities Aisha Tyler, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, Kristen Schaal, and Jack Black, who lip sync to the song in tacky clothes.
The rest of his new album will feature parodies of Miley Cyrus, Iggy Azalea, Lorde, Robin Thicke, and more of the latest hits.