Album: Alpocalypse (2011)
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  • This ode to celebrity stalking finds Al referencing people who get caught on the American entertainment and gossip news television show TMZ. Musically, the song parodies "You Belong With Me" by Taylor Swift. Yankovic recalled to Artist Direct: "That was a fun one to write. As a person living in L.A., I've had my run-ins with TMZ. To be fair, they've always been pretty nice to me so I don't have an axe to grind with them. The song more so pokes fun at our obsession with meaningless celebrity culture. The whole thing seems so ridiculous to me, but it's such a big part of our world apparently!"


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