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Kristin Chenoweth sings Anthony Weiner "Wicked" parody [VIDEO]

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Kristen Butler, UPI.com
Singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth performs a parody of the song Popular from the musical Wicked, directed at sexting politician Anthony Weiner. (Screenshot via The Tonight Show/NBC)
Singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth performs a parody of the song "Popular" from the musical "Wicked," directed at sexting politician Anthony Weiner. (Screenshot via "The Tonight Show"/NBC)

Making jokes about serial sexter and disgraced politician Anthony "Carlos Danger" Weiner has become so easy that comedian Jay Leno could sit back and let Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth get the laughs.

Appearing on last night's "Tonight Show," Chenoweth performed a parody of "Popular," the signature song from Broadway musical "Wicked," in which she starred as Glinda the Good Witch.

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"But may I suggest a makeover? I simply need to take over," she sang, adding that although this is the "toughest case" she's yet to face, she knows exactly what Weiner needs.

"Carlos Danger is no more," she sang. "I'll teach you zip that fly, you won't be that guy, with a camera down his pants. I’ll teach you what tweets to tweet, something clean and sweet."

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