The comedian, who parodies celebs with hilarious remodellings of their pictures, has now taken aim at Emily Ratajkowski.
Matt Lucas, of ‘Little Britain’ fame, responded to Boris Johnson’s confusing lockdown speech with a parody that quickly went viral.
Two comedians made a spoof of the ‘A Star Is Born’ trailer, referencing that band from the 90s, Korn.
A parody video featuring JZ and Baleka Mbete, with a little Juju cameo, is proving popular across the country. Sometimes all you can do is laugh.
This ‘Planet Earth’ parody reads way too much into animal behaviour than it should, and for that we are thankful.
How’s the Herbalife treating you? Lost some weight? Supplementing your income? Whatever side you’re on, we’re sticking with Phillip Black.
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ hits the big screen on April 27, and there is plenty of buzz around the big release. This high-school parody is riding that wave.
By now you will surely have seen the disastrous Pepsi ad that the brand has been forced to pull, but not before the parodies started flying in.
Barbra Streisand sure is famous – and when she sings a Donald Trump parody at a Clinton fundraiser, you know she will turn heads.
Watch this “Hotline Bling” parody featuring none other than Zuma and his close mates, the Guptas.
Check out Donald Trump’s Facebook friends video montage – brought to you by none other than…
It would be an understatement to say that Christopher Walken is something of a strange cat. It hasn’t stopped him becoming a Hollywood heavyweight of course.
Brendan Jack and Bevan Cullinan give a special acrobatic performance live at the Comic’s Choice Awards. Check it out here…
Would you spot a phony dictator? The people of Hong Kong were put to the test to see how they’d react to a Kim Jong-un impersonator. Very well, surprisingly…
The Mail & Guardian have performed a tongue-in-cheek investigation that undoubtedly proves that public protector Thuli Madonsela is, in fact, a spy
Jigsaw’s evil puppet doesn’t exactly make the best housemate. “It’s time to play a game” – are you ready?
Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla-gate has caused such a stir that he has responded via song, taking on Jay Z’s “99 Problems” in his own unique way.
The advert for property company Vineyards Estates pokes a little bit of fun at Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Front party, and they’ve seen the ad, and have responded.
Finally a Kickstarter campaign video that shoots from the hip. It seems like every person with a half-arsed idea, thinks that their business idea is worth crowdfunding. Labeling your startup as indie doesn’t merit scamming gullible people on the internet for their milk money.
The Hammerhead crew are tackling a serious issue which threatens the careers of athletes all over the world – dandruff. Not only does dandruff cause athletes to loose endorsement deals, it adds weight. Those extra grams could make or break your Olympic dreams.
Residents of Los Feliz, a quiet neighbourhood in LA, must have been wondering why there were large queues outside a strip mall over the weekend. People stood in line for hours just to get their hands on a coffee from Dumb Starbucks.
American Psycho has ingrained itself in pop culture, for it’s amazing performances, but more importantly it’s incredibly introspective meditation on materialism and social status, using Patrick Batemen (Christian Bale) as a vehicle to highlight how even a serial killer can get a little distracted by designer suits and meticulously created business cards.
The description for local comedian Brendan Jack’s latest parody simply reads: “We asked men, what do you love about your body. And then they told us.” The results are lovely. Please enjoy this.
In September 2013, Republican New Jersey Governer Chris Christie conspired against his Democrat rivals by causing major traffic problems in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
Set to Billy Joel’s We Didn’t Start the Fire’, this awesome parody throws in all the messy, cringe worthy and just plain ridiculous celeb scandals that clogged up newswaves this year. Comedian Owen Weber produces slam dunk after slam dunk as he rapidly belts out already silly headlines with his own unique twist.
While Amazon plans to use ultra-modern drones in their Prime Air service, Groupon are going full-medieval with plans to launch a catapult delivery service.
There were whispers in the air on Friday afternoon claiming that a certain Kanye West had overstepped the line once and for all. Local newspapers sparked a furious outrage on Twitter, when they claimed that West had promised to become ‘the next Mandela’.