Weird Al: Which Stars Said 'No' To Parodies?

Weird Al: Which Stars Said 'No' To Parodies?

Weird Al Yankovic has his first #1 album with his latest, “Mandatory Fun.” In it, he spoofs Pharrell’s “Happy” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” He has always gotten permission to spoofs songs, but which stars have told him “no” over the years? And, why?

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