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The tour, which will also come to Europe and Australia, is launched in support of the singer/comedian's 'Mandatory Fun' album which marks his first to top Billboard 200.
The petition, which was posted by a Seattle resident named Ed Ball on Change.org earlier this week, has so far garnered more than 20,000 signatures.
Alfred Matthew Yankovic proves himself as a master of parody as his songs go viral and his album tops the Billboard chart.
Selling 104,000 copies in its first week, the parodist's newest album blocks Jason Mraz's 'Yes!' from the chart's No. 1.
The parodist says he's the 'greatest' craftsman 'in the business' who can fix anything from patching the drywall to mowing the lawn in the new video.
According to the singer, people can use aluminum foil to keep their leftover fresh and to shield their thoughts from government spying and the Illuminati.
The parodist tells people to use proper English in the music video that finds him spoofing Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines'.
The video, which finds the parodist spoofing Pharrell's 'Happy' visuals, also stars Jack Black, Margaret Cho, Aisha Tyler, Kristen Schaal and Eric Stonestreet.
Al Yankovic additionally highlights comparison between Lady GaGa and Madonna in the music video for 'Born This Way' parody.
Lady GaGa has stepped in to overrule her management team and sanction Weird Al Yankovic's cover of her hit song 'Born This Way'.
The funnyman admits that he still rues refusing $5 million offer to promote a beer company because he at that time believed a lot of his fans were young and impressionable.