“You’re all acting like this shit’s regular.”
Yep, almost one year in advance.
South Park has featured a recurring story line this season involving the revelation that teenage New Zealand pop star Lorde is in fact the alter ego of Randy Marsh, a 45 year old male geologist, and now that story line seems to be coming to a head with the series once again taking a jab
Lorde has recently been the subject of a good natured South Park parody, wherein the show purported to reveal the singer’s true identity, but the fun doesn’t stop there. South Park creators have today released a full version of the Lorde spoof song Push (Feeling Good on a Wednesday), which reportedly features vocals from Sia.
New Zealand pop phenom Lorde has reestablished herself as a real-good-sport by mimicking her own South Park persona on camera during an interview. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone gave Lorde the South Park treatment during a recent episode titled Gluten Free Ebola, in which “Lorde” sings at a child’s party (video below).
New Zealand pop sensation Lorde has made another appearance on South Park, following her initial introduction to the show in last week’s episode where she made a cameo of sorts performing at a kid’s party. In this week’s episode, The Cissy, viewers’ suspicions are confirmed that the 17-year-old New Zealand pop star is in fact
Now probably one of Russia’s most internationally recognised musical exports Pussy Riot have now been immortalised in animation. Creators of South Park have tipped their hat to the embattled protesters, featuring them in a recent episode. You may have missed the full episode, which aired over Halloween, but thanks to Diffuser we’ve got the exact