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'Fancy' parody 'I'm So Pregnant' goes viral

Moms parody Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" with "I'm So

Moms parody Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" with "I'm So Pregnant," a video that went viral with more than 2.6 million views. (Credit: YouTube)

With the dozens of "Let It Go" parodies this year, here's another one moms and moms-to-be can relate to.

Recently, it was a father and daughter lip-syncing in the car to Iggy Azalea's hit song "Fancy." Now moms want in on the fun. The moms from What'sUpMoms' YouTube channel released "I'm So Pregnant," a tongue-in-cheek parody poking fun at some of the unpleasant, universal pregnancy symptoms. From acid reflux, stranger belly rubs and sleepless nights, I couldn't stop laughing and smiling in agreement.

Instead of singing Iggy's lyrics about high heels and Champagne, the song begins: "First thing first I'm the roundest. They don't ask, but the whole world feel it. And I pee every 10 seconds. I cannot bend down -- that would defy the laws of physics." By the end of the video, which received more than 2.6 million views as of date, you'll be singing the chorus along with the moms: "I'm so pregnant, you already know. I'm in the last month. I can't even see my toes."


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Other lyrics include: "Baby don't kick me, I might just go pee-pee. I'm sick of the waiting I just want some sushi."

According to Today.com, Meg Resnikoff, a Los Angeles-based co-founder of What's Up Moms and the star of the video, has two kids under five and is currently nine months pregnant with her third child. Other past parodies of pop songs included "Gangnam Style" and "Thrift Shop."

If you're ready for a laugh -- and to sing-along, click here or watch below.

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