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Voldemort Recreates ‘Uptown Funk’ — Watch Dark Lord Funk’s Hysterical Cover

Tue, March 24, 2015 10:26am EDT by Add first Comment

Harry Potter fans, rejoice! Lord Voldemort is showing off his sassy side in his recreation of ‘Uptown Funk’ and Potterheads will want to start a dance party after listening to this hysterical cover!

Lord Voldemort, a.k.a Dark Lord Funk, released his own version of “Uptown Funk”, by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars, and it’s just as brilliant as it is bizarre! Between Voldemort’s Bruno inspired pink rollers to his anti Harry Potter posse’s sick moves, this KFaceTV collaboration will be hard to top! See for yourself and click to watch.

Voldemort’s ‘Uptown Funk’ — Hysterical Harry Potter Inspired Cover

“Uptown Funk” has inspired  Michelle Obama and Ellen Degeneres to bust a move, and even gave rise to a viral video of a dancer breaking it down on the treadmill!

Well, now students who sing and dance from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah had the opportunity to show off their fancy footwork. And, with the help of a local dance group, Utah Cosplayers, it seemed like a team effort from Harry Potter fans of all ages.

In the music video, Dark Lord Funk and his scary clique show off their insane moves to music from a band called Tom and the Riddles (so clever) as they take over Hogwarts!

Dark Lord Funk Sings Hilarious Lyrics To Harry Potter

And, the lyrics are definitely the best part of this parody:

This Wiz, I’m ice cold
Im Voldemort, That white gold
This one, for that H.P.
Says he hates me,
But what can he do?
Caught the kid, boy who lived
Harry’s outta luck
With the Elder wand, stop the chosen one
Maybe make a new horcrux? (Ha!)

It’s hard not to lighten up after watching Dark Lord Funk and company. After all, a bald villain breaking it down in bright pink hair rollers seems too good to be true!

HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Lord Voldemort’s parody? Do you think J.K Rowling and the Harry Potter cast will like it? Let us know!

— Jordyn Shaffer