Tacky

Music Video: Tacky

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:55

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Tacky By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Tacky By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • one of Al's best

    5
    By imcath
    This video makes me want to go out and buy yellow leiderhosen. Cause I'm so tacky!!
  • Great

    5
    By Chefdaman27
    It's funny and tacky and he and the other celebrity's make it fun.
  • blah blah blah your tacky

    5
    By oliviamedcalf
    its the best you are so, like, DUMB if you don't like, like it
  • My Favorite Weird Al Song

    5
    By Truk012689
    I love this video! I say that Jack Black is the best dancer out of all the stars in this video!
  • Low res file

    1
    By eatapc
    The downloaded file is 640 x 480 with a low bitrate. I can watch this on YouTube at full 1080p HD, so why is iTunes selling a crappy standard-def video? I want my money back.
  • So great!

    5
    By mpotts10
    such a great song! Also, for everyone saying the song is "Happy" and that weird Al took it, needs to realize Weird Al is a PARODY artist, so that's what he does, takes popular songs and changes the words.
  • amazing

    5
    By Crybabygirl01
    i love this! very bright and fun, makes my summer
  • danfan

    5
    By FanOfDan
    If you don't think this is funny, you don't have a pulse.
  • this song isn’t even funny

    1
    By antab3
    not funny just no
  • omg!

    2
    By Sorceress Mickey
    This is cool, but this song is a parody of Happy Performed by Pharrell Williams. My mom and I saw it on Good Morning America.

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