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Weird Al Yankovic is always rumored to play the Super Bowl Halftime Show, but this year, he actually has a shot.
God bless the Internet.
'Weird Al' Yankovic was on Tom Green Live when he found out his album hit number one. What resulted was a great moment captured on video.
"Weird Al" is number one and we're still celebrating with a look at his attention to detail when it comes to parodying music videos.
Weird Al's 1989 movie 'UHF' celebrates 25 years this week, so let's celebrate the genius of this critically-panned cult classic.
It took Weird Al Yankovic FOREVER to get a #1 album. Here are some other artists who had to wait to hit the top of the Billboard charts.
Thanks to being a viral sensation, "Weird Al" will finally claim the top spot on the Billboard charts with "Mandatory Fun."
In 'Mission Statement,' 'Weird Al' Yankovic is taking on your boss's stupid, meaningless buzz words.
'Weird Al' Yankovic's latest music video is 'Lame Claim to Fame,' which makes fun of your friends who pretend they know celebrities.
The sixth music video from 'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Mandatory Fun' is 'First World Problems,' poking fun at what whiny a-holes we all are.
'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Mandatory Fun' is poised to become the artist's highest debut on the Billboard Hot 200, and it might even hit No. 1.
'Weird Al' Yankovic's fifth video in five days takes on unoriginal sports fans with the simple yet wonderful 'Sports Song.'
We haven't come full circle, but "Weird Al" makes a pit stop back at the start for a live single take version of 'Tacky' on 'Conan.'
His fourth music video from 'Mandatory Fun' in as many days, 'Weird Al' Yankovic parodies Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy' with 'Handy.'
Weird Al can do no wrong, even when he's being badgered with questions about money on Fox.
His third music video from 'Mandatory Fun' in three days, 'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Foil' parodies Lorde's 'Royals' and conspiracy theorists.
His second music video in as many days, 'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Word Crimes' takes on 'Blurred Lines' and awful grammar.
We all know there's only one king of the song parody, and he happens to wield an accordion.
In honor of his new album, 'Mandatory Fun,' here's a celebration of 'Weird Al' Yankovic's greatest music video parodies.