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Morissette in ‘My Humps’ spoof
TORONTO (CP) – A cutting parody of the Black Eyed Peas’ party song “My Humps” has Alanis Morissette fans howling online.
A spoof music video on sites including Morissette’s website and MySpace page has the Ottawa native crooning a slowed-down torch version of the chart-topper and gyrating in a variety of hootchie outfits including short-shorts, a tube top and a tight satin jacket.
The ridiculous clip is attracting cheers from fans across the blogosphere, where pop-culture junkies are delighting in the “Ironic” singer’s no-holds-barred critique of the titillating track and singer Fergie’s suggestive dance moves.
“The ‘My Humps’ video is ultra-comic GOLD!” one fan, identified as 31-year-old Julian from Decatur, Ga., writes on Morissette’s MySpace page.
“Your video is freakin’ hilarious. Maybe u could do Alanis-licious too.” adds Kelly, a 30-year-old woman from Texas.
A spokesman for Morissette said the singer was not commenting on why she recorded the song and shot a video, but reports have suggested it was an April Fool’s joke for fans.
With call-and-response lyrics including the hypnotic refrain, “My humps, my humps, my humps, my lovely lady lumps,” the Black Eyed Peas hit has drawn its fair share of detractors since its release in late 2005. derided the track in a December 2005 posting as “horrifically bad,” going on to describe it as “a stunning assemblage of awful ideas.” The All Music Guide called it “one of the most embarrassing rap performances of the new millennium.”
Still, its catchy melody and suggestive video won it heavy radio and television play last year, and in February “My Humps” won a Grammy for best pop performance by a duo or group with vocal.
But it’s clear the song still rankles. As of Wednesday afternoon, more than 1.5 million people had watched Morissette’s goofy cover on
“HAHA! I like Alanis all over again,” dannosaurus says on, identified on his profile as 33-year-old Dan from the United States.
“This is just perfect. Really shows how stupid those lyrics actually are.”

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