Viral singer Lynzy's laboratory and his ukulele has just had its silver screen debut. Thursday night, Jimmy Kimmel He welcomed the dance teacher to perform his viral song, "A Scary Time", which Lab recorded for the first time after Donald Trump responded to From Brett Kavanaugh Hearing in the Senate about a sexual assault complaint by Christine Blasey Ford He said: "It is a very scary moment for young people in the United States, where you can be guilty of something you may not be guilty of." (Kavanaugh has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct). , Lab had some support in Kimmel-A whole choir, in fact.
Despite its soft sound and happy instrumentation, "A Scary Time" drips with sarcasm. The lyrics include: "I can not walk to my car late at night while I'm talking on the phone / I can not open my windows when I'm alone at home … But it sure is a scary time for boys and gentlemen to join , make some noise / it's really hard when your reputation is at stake / and any woman you've mugged could appear at any time. " Millions of visits only on Twitter.
When she introduced Lab, Kimmel noted that Thursday was International Girl's Day, a day focused on female leadership to improve the lives of girls around the world. The comedian said the discussions that emerged from Kavanaugh's confirmation process have further enlightened what women like his wife mean when they say, "You do not know what it's like to be a woman."
"Until I started hearing these stories, I did not know what it was like to be a woman, about how women feel threatened most of the time," Kimmel said.
Lab began to sing alone on stage, but soon women and girls joined in providing voices of support. The remakes can have a bad reputation, but this can be one of those rare cases in which the rivals follow, or even surpass, the original.