10 Hilarious Parodies of Grammy-Nominated Songs

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Pinterest On Feb. 12, the music industry’s brightest stars will gather to honor the very best works of the past year at the Grammy Awards. Until then, we’re celebrating the award-worthy hits by reliving the greatest achievements in song parodies of 2016. With no shortage of amazing material, these funny people gave us brand new reasons to love some of our favorite music, from Lemonade to The Life of Pablo. “Melanianade” by Saturday Night Live SNL cast members Cecily Strong (as Melania Trump), Kate McKinnon (as Kellyanne Conway), Sasheer Zamata (as Omarosa) and Vanessa Bayer (as Tiffany Trump), along with host Emily Blunt (as Ivanka Trump), gloriously remade Beyoncé’s “Sorry” from the perspective of the women in then-presidential candidate Donald Trump’s life. “Without us you wouldn’t be standing there, you’d just be that guy with the weird hair,” the ladies sing. “Hello” by Ellen DeGeneres The Ellen host revealed that Adele’s incredibly successful single “Hello” was actually based on a poorly executed phone call she once had with the singer. As it turns out, Drake and Lionel Richie also happened to hit up DeGeneres’ phone on the same day. We guess the superstar singer should send the host some thanks for her five 2017 Grammy noms. “Famous SFW Version” by Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen, Nick Jonas, Troye Sivan, Meghan Trainor, Craig David, Cheryl, Ant &...

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