Alanis Morisette is conquering the web with an unpredictable cover. The typically angst-ridden Canadian singer produced a satire of the Black Eyed Peas' inane hit song "My Humps." There is even a Will.i.am stand-in for the video, which, while faithful to the original lyrics, is delivered in Morisette's usual slow and pained fashion. The hilarious jab at pop drivel has quickly become one of the most popular videos on YouTube. -- Tovin Lapan
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