Top Five "Wrecking Ball" Parodies

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If imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, than Miley Cyrus's shaved head must be on the verge of explosion. OK, that might be a bit of little wishful thinking on our part. Miley's song "Wrecking Ball" took over the charts and got the ball rolling for people all over the world to immediately grab their tighty whiteys and sledge hammers. From covers to parodies, here are our picks for the Top Five Wrecking Ball Videos from the folks that had the cojones to humiliate themselves for our viewing pleasure. Oh, and after you check out this list, can we all pretty please agree that we don't want to ever hear the song "Wrecking Ball" song again? Super.


5- Andy Rehfeldt Ft. Thomas Hinds

Miley is far from hardcore so when you gain the attention of death metal overdub master and You Tube sensation Andy Rhefeldt to cover one of your songs, you know you're song is ripe for the mocking. This heavy ass version gives fans of the genre a reason to rock the fuck out. And rocking the fuck out is something that Miley could never EVER do no matter how hard she tried, although watching her attempt to headbang to this track would be a treat.


4- King The Kid

When a band wants to cover your song it's most likely an honor. When said band accompanies it with a parody type video though--ehh, maybe not so much. King The Kid's vocals are actually light years better than the rest on this list but let's be real, if anyone saw this group of half-naked dudes at a park, a phone call to the police should've happened. Indecent exposure at the park aside, we're not sure why the dumping of applesauce, shredded cheese, and chocolate chips come into play along with a slew of other food items but screw it, it definitely worked.



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4 comments
Jake Rankin
Jake Rankin

Not a fan but whoever wrote and composed the song is pretty talented.

Mike MacDuffee
Mike MacDuffee

parodies are only cool when the original concept is good

Rick Hale
Rick Hale

I've never heard the song before. Thought maybe a parody would be amusing. The song is so awful that I couldn't even stand to watch a video making fun of it.

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