VIDEO: Randy Rainbow Gets Everyone Up to Date on Ted & Lindsey in OKLAHOMA! Parody

Check out Randy's latest song about Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham set to "Kansas City".

By: Apr. 05, 2021
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"Kansas City" might be a song from Oklahoma! about a place in Missouri, but today it's all about Texas and South Carolina. In Randy Rainbow's latest parody, he gets the song up to date with lyrics about US senators Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham.

He sings: "They really only care bout Ted and Lindsey, but that don't mean they can't put on a show. When Texans are in peril and in need of his support, ole Teddy's right there on the ground and holdin' down the fort. Well, unless he's relaxin' down by the pool at a f***in' five star resort. He's gone about a low as he can go."

Randy Rainbow (yes, real name) is a comedian, actor, writer, host and internet celebrity best known for his series of satirical videos, including "Randy Rainbow is Dating Mel Gibson," "Randy Rainbow Works at Chi-fil-A," and "The Kim Davis Cell Block Tango." His political spoofs (including "Randy Rainbow Interviews Donald Trump") have garnered international acclaim and millions of views. His song parody "GOP Dropout" series was called "the best thing about the GOP race" by Dan Savage. His videos have appeared regularly on popular blogs Towleroad, Queerty, Perez Hilton and VH1's Best Week Ever. Randy was a columnist for HX Magazine, one of New York's most prominent gay publications, and has also written for Kathy Griffin.

Randy has hosted and performed in a number of theatrical concerts and benefits for the Broadway, cabaret and gay communities, as well as hosted events for the TONY AWARDS and for some of New York City's most popular nightspots, including 54 Below, XL Nightclub and Therapy NYC, where his own weekly show ran successfully for 2 years. He's been seen as a talking head on numerous VH1 SPECIALS including "The 100 Greatest Songs of the 2000's" and has been heard regularly as both a guest and guest co-host on Sirius XM.




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