In case your day hasn’t been weird enough… here’s a heartwarming Star Wars parody of Sia’s song Chandelier.
A manly Princess Leia dances beautifully with Chewbacca. The chemistry between them is just amazing. Congrats to Eddie King and Tyler Marshall of Teddy Films for producing this magical musical.
[Teddy Films via Laughing Squid]
You’ve always wanted Batman to cover Seal’s Kiss from a Rose, right? Actually, Batman has been known to sing from time to time, but I didn’t know he also plays guitar. Great job!
[Levin SBJ Music]
Camille and Kennerly, aka Harp Twins, don a variety of Star Wars costumes and perform a lovely medley with their amazing harps. They dress up as Jedi, Ewoks and twin Princess Leias. Great job!
[Camille and Kennerly via Laughing Squid]
Looks like tension is building between Spider-Man and Captain America. Time for a rap battle!
Young Captain America takes on a young Spiderman in this epic rap battle of history! Who wins? You decide. This is the rap battle to watch!
Musician Alex Boye released an album called Africanized, where he puts a tribal spin on popular songs. Here he is performing the song Royals by Lorde, with some amazing costumes and makeup.
If you like this song, you should also check out the version covered by Puddles, the 7-foot singing clown.
[Alex Boye via Laughing Squid]
On May 3, a group of Buddhist monks entered Union Square Park in New York… and started breakdancing! Turns out, they were wearing these costumes to pay tribute to the late Adam Yauch, co-founder of the Beastie Boys.
It’s been 2 years since this legendary musician died. Yaunch was a practicing Buddhist, and this was how these fans chose to honor him. Quite touching.
The sound is a bit loud and distorted, you might want to watch your speaker levels.
[via Lhu BOOM]
Wow, this sure doesn’t look like Katy Perry. But it’s her, indeed. This is a teaser for her upcoming music video, “Birthday,” which is released tomorrow (April 24).
Perry dresses up in several costumes, including an elderly burlesque dancer, a Jewish MC, a clown and a princess. Really great costumes and makeup!
Pharrell Williams’ song Happy just got a lot happier, thanks to this cosplay parody by D-Piddy. What a fun video! You can never go wrong with cosplayers dancing and, well, being happy.
Directed, edited and lyrics by: D-Piddy
Vocals by: Charmie Sweets
[via Fashionably Geek]