Tiger Woods Apology Mash-Ups Include Ke$ha, Robin Thicke
It seems that Tiger Woods’ public apology last week has gone viral — and in ways that he may not have expected. During Woods’ press conference, he addressed the controversy surrounding him, defended his wife Elin and also apologized to his fans and family for his infidelities. and some enterprising individuals have taken his words and mashed them up with tonally complimentary songs.
OneRepublic’s “Apologize,” which is about not accepting someone’s apology, weaves back and forth between Woods’ words and lines from the hit song answering him back.
While Ke$ha is teaching boys lessons in the video for “Blah Blah Blah,” it seems in the only person she’s teaching a lesson is Woods: The only person saying a lot of blah, blah, blah is the embattled golfer.
During his press conference, Woods announced he was receiving sex therapy treatment —. and inevitably, someone has paired those lines with Robin Thicke’s recent “Sex Therapy.” like the other mash-ups, the track has been remixed with Woods’ speech and opens with the golfer saying, “Starting tomorrow, I will leave for more treatment and more therapy.”
When news first broke of the scandal, several remixes began making the rounds. Voicemails allegedly stemming from the scandal were parodied in a “Slow Jam Remix,”which also features a voicemail that Woods allegedly left for one of his mistresses. Another remix meshes together the Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling” with the voicemail. The person who made the song adds his own spin, changing the lines to “Tiger’s been cheatin’/ Now tonight’s gonna be a bad night.”
Another slow jam not only includes Wood’s apology, but also a number of apologies from other celebrities who have been “deeply sorry” for their infidelities, including Kobe Bryant and David Letterman.
There are sure to be more to come before this particular trend has run its course …
Have we missed any? Which Tiger Woods apology mashup is the best? Tell us in the comments below!
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