Kristin Chenoweth Sings Anthony Weiner "Popular" Parody, Calls Him a Whore

Celebrity News Jul. 31, 2013 AT 12:00PM

Kristin Chenoweth has some advice to Anthony Weiner if he ever wants to become popular. The 45-year-old singer performed a parody about the New York City mayoral candidate's ongoing sex scandal on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Tuesday, July 30.

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The petite Broadway star took the stage in a white lace mini-dress and sang a spoof about Weiner to the tune of "Popular" from the Tony award-winning musical Wicked. "You will be popular, the right kind of popular/ I'll teach you to zip your fly, you won't be that guy with a camera down his pants," Chenoweth sang about the married father, 48. "I'll teach you what tweets to tweet, something clean and sweet/ We'll make sure you get your chance to be popular, the right kind of popular/ They'll think you became a monk, though they've seen your junk/ Now you'll play a different show, so let's start because you have an awfully long way to go/ Long . . . well . . . "

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Kristin sang a "Popular" parody about Anthony Weiner on Jay Leno last night.
Credit: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank; Josiah Kamau/BuzzFoto/FilmMagic

After resigning from Congress in 2011 due to a sexting scandal, Weiner announced he was running for New York City mayor again in 2013 and claimed he was a changed man. But Weiner got caught in a second sex scandal when allegations were made that Weiner, using the alias Carlos Danger, had continued sexting after his resignation.

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"They'll be no more sexy texts with your biceps flexed," Chenoweth sang on The Tonight Show. "Your roaming I will roam no more/ You want to be the mayor, stop acting like a big old whore." 

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Watch Chenoweth perform her "Popular" Weiner parody in the video above!

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