Comedians Sing Super Serious Version Of Weird Al's 'Eat It' To Unite Us All

By Andrew Magnotta @AndrewMagnotta

May 15, 2020

A group of actors and comedians parodied the widely-maligned celebrity pandemic singalong of John Lennon's "Imagine" with an acerbic a cappella rendition of "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Eat It."

David Cross led the singalong, titled "The 'We're All In This Together' Video," enlisting the likes of Bryan Cranston, Heidi Gardner, Jack Black, Tony Hale, Patton Oswalt, Sarah Silverman, Bob Odenkirk, Amber Tamblyn and many others.

Silverman, who appeared in Gadot's video as well, is almost apologetic in her delivery of the second line of the "Beat It" parody. Odenkirk looks like he's trying to do anything but participate, while Hale over-acts to hilarious effect.

Yankovic himself makes an appearance for final chorus, evoking all the mock sanctimony of "Amish Paradise" to bellow the final lyrics from the hills above Los Angeles.

You can watch it in the player above.

The video concludes by directing viewers to CharityNavigator.org, where they can find a nonprofit to donate to if they're so inclined.

Photo: Getty Images

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