Jimmy Fallon Squeezes In A Few More Dick Jokes Following Weiner’s Resignation
Posted by Videoson 06/17/2011 at 5:26 PM
Because Anthony Weiner’s teary confession led to some very funny musical parodies, it was only a matter of time before his official resignation from office inspired similar lyrical genius. Jimmy Fallon paid tribute to the fallen public official with a penchant for oversharing through song on Late Night Thursday, complete with a Bieber-esque hands-free microphone. The Representative’s resignation really sucks—and blows, and sucks some more—and Fallon’s “The Ballad Of Anthony Weiner” chronicles the long, hard and hairy situation Weiner and his constituents experienced together. Enjoy:
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