Keep the parodies coming! Fox’s NFL Sunday joined the ranks of hilarious Adele spoofs when it enlisted the help of comedians Ken Jeong and Rob Riggle to recreate the British singer’s new “Hello” music video.
In the sepia-toned clip, Jeong, 46, and Riggle, 45, lip sync the rewritten lyrics as a woman sings them.
Ken Jeong in FOX NFL’s parody of Adele’s Hello
“Adele, it’s me. I think I’m breaking up with the Eastern NFC,” Riggle, sporting a giant mustache, mouths. “It might be over for these teams. They say that cream’s supposed to rise, girl, but our division’s curdling.”
The men continue getting into the song, and Jeong finally belts (to the tune of the chorus), “I think I finally get Adele, because loving and losing’s hard as hell. Late game interceptions fill D.C. with shame.” He goes on to croon, referencing the Washington Redskins, “But at least they distract folks from our racist name. It’s so racist.”
Rob Riggle in FOX NFL’s parody of Adele’s Hello
Fox’s NFL Sunday wasn’t the first to spoof the new Adele hit. Ellen DeGeneres and James Corden have also poked fun at the video with their own skits.
The clip prompted the team of Fox Sports anchors to rave about the parody. Watch it now and tell Us what you think!
Adele in the video for her new song Hello
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