‘All Star’ But Every Instrument Is Replaced With Bill O’Reilly Saying His Name Is Pure Torture

This week Fox News announced that Bill O’Reilly would no longer appear on the network after years of sexual harassment allegations led to advertisers abandoning The O’Reilly Factor. As much as we’ll miss him shouting “no spin” over anyone he disagreed with, at least we are left with a sweet parting gift in the form of this cover of Smash Mouth’s “All Star” with every instrument replaced by O’Reilly saying his name. Oh wait, this isn’t a gift as much as it is a horrible reminder of a windbag who was a hero to our angry grandparents and that kid in high school who wore suits to class.

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