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Miley Cyrus's Wrecking Ball Has Spawned Endless Parodies
Miley Cyrus's video - directed by Terry Richardson and featuring the young pop star swinging naked on a Wrecking Ball - is the gift that keeps on giving. Filmed on social video site Chatroulette, Steve Kardynal has created probably the best Wrecking Ball parody yet (Nicolas Cage was weird, Betty White was rubbish).
The bearded guy writhes around on a homemade wrecking ball while wearing a white pair of Y-fronts and a vest.
Though it's pretty funny anyway, the best thing about the video - which has gone viral with over 24 million views - is the bemused viewers who are filmed randomly coming across the video. The split screen shows Kardynal's antics and several bemused and even horrified looks. Some sing alone. One man licks a hammer.
Kardynal is pretty well known for his internet parodies and, according to The Independent, lampooned Carly Rae Jepsen's hit Call Me Maybe last year, while dressed in a bikini.
'Wrecking Ball', from Miley's fourth studio album Bangerz, currently holds the Vevo record for the most views in the first 24 hours after its release, and the record for being the fastest clip to reach 100 million views on the service. The song has already been covered by HAIM, Rumer Willis and James Arthur.