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Weird Al joins friends singing about quarantine doldrums in new video

Weird Al, Wayne Brady, Kate Micucci, Phineas and Ferb creators and more sing their coronavirus lockdown loneliness away via video conferencing in the music video How's Your Quarantine?

Weird Al and his friends sing about lockdown activities in the music video How's Your Quarantine? 
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Comedy singer "Weird Al" Yankovic decided in March not to release a coronavirus parody song, but that didn't stop him from teaming up with his friends via video conferencing to sing about the quarantine life. 

The music video How's Your Quarantine? is a delightful tune all about what it really feels like to be under lockdown to avoid COVID-19 germs. It posted on YouTube on April 28. 

Weird Al joins Phineas and Ferb animated TV show creators Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, comedian Wayne Brady, comedian/actor Kate Micucci and actor Diedrich Bader in a Zoom-like video conferencing call to show week by week how they're dealing with self-isolating. 

In the amusing video, Brady shows off his yoga skills; Bader uses his kitchen table as a golf putting green; Micucci becomes queen of her toys; Marsh shows off his fancy showgirl headdress; and Povenmire thinks Perry the Platypus from Phineas and Ferb is controlling his actions. 

Weird Al shows up at the end with a very un-Weird Al kind of response to how his own quarantine is going.

The entire music video was made via video conferencing, in case you're looking for extra inspiration to record your own musical performances with friends during a future Zoom party.