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WATCH: Weird Al Yankovic Parodies “Happy” and “Blurred Lines”

"Weird Al" Yankovic debuted the music video for his first single from his upcoming album, Mandatory Fun, on Monday, and, in anticipation of the record's release, the 54-year-old celeb will be sharing eight new videos over the next eight days.

The first of which is a parody of Pharrell's hit jam "Happy" and has been cleverly renamed "Tacky" in an effort to poke fun at the tackiest folks in our society with a little help from Aisha Tyler, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, Kristen Schaal and Jack Black, who are all featured in the clip.

Among the tacky offenses highlighted in the tune? "Wear my Ed Hardy shirt with florescent orange pants," Stonestreet lip-syncs. "Got my new resume, it's printed in Comic Sans!"

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"43 bumper stickers and a YOLO license plate, bring along my coupon book whenever I'm on a date," Black adds. "Practice my twerking skills at the DMV, took the whole bowl of restaurant mints because they said they're free."

The track also calls out the sandals-with-socks wearers and the live-tweeters in addition to the over-Instagrammers and the notorious name-droppers. Oh, and did we mention Jack Black twerks? Yeah, that happens.

The second music video, "Word Crimes" was released Tuesday and it might just be better than the first. Yankovic parodied Robin Thicke's hit "Blurred Lines" in order to educate his fans on the proper use of "less" versus "fewer" and also addressed common grammar gaffes.

"Like 'I could care less,' that means you do care (at least a little)," Yankovic says. "Don't be a moran! You'd better slow down and use the right pronoun, show the world you're no clown."

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Yankovic's latest record, which comes three years after his previous album, will also feature parodies of Miley Cyrus, Lorde and Iggy Azalea.

On a mobile device? Watch "Word Crimes" here.

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