The gay ‘Blurred Lines’ parody you need to see

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Robin Thicke, step aside. An Atlanta singer has gayed up your rapey summer anthem "Blurred Lines" with drag queens, choreography and a YouTube video.

Since its release on Tuesday, "Blurred Lines Parody Cover" from Jean Kelley has snagged 800 views (and counting). Shot at gay Atlanta's Bestest Place to Dance, Jungle, the video includes a host of LGBT talent, including singer Marcus Allen, choreographer Michael Robinson, musician Kyle Kirkland and drag queens Brent Star and Evah Destruction.

It's five minutes of fabulously gay fun.


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