Funny or Die Video: Rebecca Black Auditions to Be Reality TV Show Judge


Funny or Die Video: Rebecca Black Auditions to Be Reality TV Show Judge
The 'Friday' songstress and such musicians as Perry Farrell and Natalie Imbruglia take part in fake show 'U B Da Judge', which mocks the judges of 'American Idol', 'The Voice' and more talent shows.


Rebecca Black takes part in a new Funny or Die video which takes a jab at the musician judges of reality TV shows. The YouTube sensation is featured auditioning for "U B Da Judge", a fake show which aims to find America's next reality show celebrity judge of musicians.

Saying she has been judged before, the "Friday" singer claims she knows "a thing or two about judgment." She is given a pass ticket and moves on to the final round along with Warren G, Brian McKnight, Kreayshawn, Ryan Bingham and Meat Loaf.

Jane's Addiction's frontman Perry Farrell, however, is not that lucky since he gets rejected. During his audition, he promotes himself to be the rocker judge who could do the same thing Steven Tyler's doing on "American Idol". Also failing in their attempts to be the next reality TV show judge are Natalie Imbruglia, Debbie Gibson and Serj Tankian.



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