Randy Rainbow Sings a Love Letter to Dr. Anthony Fauci

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Parody comic Randy Rainbow strikes once more marrying a cheery tune to the dystopian pandemic world. His newest YouTube video, “Gee, Anthony Fauci!” options Rainbow “interviewing” a forged of characters starting from Ivanka Trump to Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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Rainbow has been pumping out his signature political parody movies virtually in real-time as he’s logged a brand new video virtually weekly. He notes that pandemic restrictions have prevented him from sustaining his clean-cut look as his hair has grown noticeably longer.

“Dr. Fauci you’re the one we stan,” he sings to Fauci. This isn’t Rainbow’s first admiration video. He launched, “Andy” when the pandemic hit New York particularly arduous and Governor Andrew Cuomo held his every day press briefings. The lyrics had been partnered to the tune, “Sandy” from the musical Grease. It was a tribute and salute to how the governor dealt with the disaster.

Randy Rainbow begs Dr. Fauci to take over

The lyrics to “Gee, Anthony Fauci!” are set to the tune, “Gee, Officer Krupke” from West Side Story. Most of Rainbow’s parodies be a part of his authentic lyrics with a present tune. The video begins with Rainbow having a “Zoom” chat with Fauci the place he shares how the pandemic has impacted him mentally. Fauci, who’s featured from a pre-recorded clip stands by and hilariously says nothing.

“My country is a mess,” he tells Fauci. “I’m not even talking to her right now. I haven’t had a haircut in like five months. I know I still look great … thank you. But I just feel as though there’s no leadership. And the president is even attacking you. Can’t you stop him?” Fauci says he doesn’t have the {qualifications} to do this. His feedback come from a beforehand recorded interview with one other broadcaster.

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Rainbow then breaks into music and out come the forged of characters. From Donald Trump, who he refers to because the “worst infection of them all” to press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. “Hey Kayleigh you’re a dipstick and please don’t take offense,” Rainbow sings. “Have you been eating lipstick? You’re making zero sense.”

Rainbow blends politics along with his obsession of Broadway

Rainbow just lately shared he left his coronary heart in New York despite the fact that he grew up primarily in South Florida.“All the movies and TV shows I love take place in New York, and being a musical-theater fan, I was obsessed with Broadway,” he advised The New York Times.

He additionally discussed how he builds his lyrics. Rainbow discovered that legendary songwriter Stephen Sondheim is a fan. “Can you believe it? You mentioned Sondheim, but I have, I’m happy to say, heard from most of the composers that I have parodied – everyone from Sondheim to Stephen Schwartz to Andrew Lloyd Webber. So everyone is pretty much on board, so I have that in my corner, too,” he advised NPR.

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Rainbow shared that he and Sondheim have a love of puzzles and he in contrast puzzles and mazes to assembling music lyrics.  “I did have a thing for mazes,” he stated. “When I was a kid, I remember drawing little mazes constantly and puzzles. I loved that. And I remember, to sort of tie it together, I – when I started listening to Sondheim’s music, I always envisioned – I always pictured a puzzle because that’s sort of how his lyric-writing is. It’s, you know, very carefully and masterfully putting a puzzle together. And so when I got to know him and was invited to his home and I saw that he’s a collector of puzzles, it was quite a full-circle moment. And since then, he’s become something of a mentor and a great support.”

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