New Zealand songstress Lorde has taken her "South Park" parodies in stride, posting messages of approval on social media following two episodes of the foul-mouthed animated show that claimed that the musician was actually middle-aged male character Randy Marsh in disguise. Now, Lorde has once again proven she's a good sport by singing a parody song featured in the latest episode.
During an interview with New Zealand television station TV3, the singer revealed that she watched last week's episode, "The Cissy," with some friends, and couldn't get enough of Randy's/Lorde's hit single. She told TV3 that she kept singing its refrain, "Ya ya ya ya ya I'm Lorde! Ya ya ya!," "for like an hour," offering up her own rendition of the tune.
Lorde, who admitted to not having seen "South Park" previously, noted on Twitter and Instagram that it was "weird and cool" to be featured, and the episode was "surprisingly cute" and "also has a message of transgender acceptance."
i have officially been the subject of 2 south park episodes and that is weird and cool- Lorde (@lordemusic) October 9, 2014
i don't actually watch south park but from what i can tell sia was involved and someone's mum said something really nice about me.. score!- Lorde (@lordemusic) October 9, 2014
this is actually surprisingly cute - and from what i can tell also has a message of transgender acceptance (i'm still very new with this type of humour so i'm not sure if was actually genuine but it seemed so to me)
well shit this is downright sweet. take that haters i got a south park episode ☺️☺️☺️
[via: Uproxx, Billboard]
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