TMZ (Parody of

Music Video: TMZ (Parody of "You Belong to Me" By Taylor Swift)

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:40

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For TMZ (Parody of "You Belong to Me" By Taylor Swift) By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For TMZ (Parody of "You Belong to Me" By Taylor Swift) By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Um

    By MonsterSackboy9
    This is probably the only Weird Al video I did not like. Cause butts. Butts. Does any supporter of this video listen to logic? I get the joke, but I do not want to get it Buy something better, like Smells Like Nirvana or Trapped in the Drive Thru Okay. It gets funnier if you actually watch it, or watch it more. It gets better the more you take it in Next time, can you make fun of Nicki Minaj? I hated Anaconda
  • Perfect Weird Al

    By imcath
    This is cute, clever and funny - everything we've come to expect from Weird Al.
  • Depressing

    By Reader Extreme
    This is just sad
  • :(

    By laurenneidlinger
    Poor taylor

    By Bethanie Peschken
    Uh.. DUH his music videos are going to be weird! His stage name is actually Weird Al! He has "weird" right in the name! He's not poking fun of her, he's doing his JOB and creating a PARODY!!!!
  • To every hater

    By Bellafromyounightmeres
    Weird Al DOES have Taylors perms to write this song and is on good terms with her. just like “Smells like Nirvana” Nirvana was flattered that weird al wrote a song about them. Weird al doesn’t HAVE to ask original artists for their perms, but he does.
  • Weird

    By Weirded out panda
    It was to weird
  • Love this video

    By jbrovage
    I’m so happy to see some Bill Plympton animation. It’s been so long since i watched “the TUNE”. Thanks Al for using a talented and unique animator
  • I'm weird al fan, but.....

    By Read the whole thing
    The only thing I don't like about this video is the girl is half naked through out the entire thing. Weird al is not an idiot, spongeswift (review #8) I agree with Tim dog.
  • A mean idiot who teases Pop culture

    By Spongeswift
    You are mean and rude she worked hard on her career and you are trying to trash it

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