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Kristen Chenowith Takes “Wicked” Jab At Weiner

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Kristen Chenowith has an amazing vocal range, evident in her role in the successful Broadway show “Wicked”, and she used it to great effect on “The Tonight Show” on Tuesday when she took one of the show’s songs and changed it a bit to skewer a very popular figure in the headlines.

By now, everyone knows who Anthony Weiner is; as more sex scandals come to light, it seems it’s all anyone can talk about. The object of his latest affections, Sydney Leathers, spoke to Howard Stern this week about their relationship and the fact that she’s thinking about releasing a song about Weiner called “Weinerizer“, a cheeky take on Britney Spears’ “Womanizer”. But Chenowith beat her to the punch, taking the song “Popular” and making it her own.

“Become a monk, though they’ve seen your junk / Now you’ll play a different show,” she sang. “So let’s start ’cause you’ve got an awfully long way to go / Long? Well…”

Kristen Chenowith Takes “Wicked” Jab At Weiner
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    People love to cast stones don’t they. Half of america is sexting and cheating – what, did you think people are spending all their time online to get the latest gardening tips??? Heck, if you go into a gradening chatroom, within a few minutes the conversations will all turn sexual to some degree.

    Yet from what I can tell recently, everyone in this country is a saint except the guy next to him. No wonder Jesus said to not cast the first stone and that no one is without sin.

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    I am a single guy and I can tell you there are a lot of women out there cheating. Yet, we never hear about them. It is always the guy who is doing wrong. For every guy that cheated, there is a woman he cheated with.

    Women are just as bad as men, but in our politically correct world, the woman can do no wrong.

    The worst thing to happen to marriages in this nation has been the Internet and Hollywood. Hollywood sells sex 24/7 and the illusion that the grass is always greener somewhere else. The internet does this as well and has made it easier for people to connect.