Carole Baskin Gives Shoutout To Daniel Andrews And Tells Him To Get On The Beers
Everyone who had Carole Baskin giving a shoutout to the Victoria Premier on their 2020 bingo cards can cross it off.
Yep - just to prove that this year is an absolutely wild doozy, we have the founder of Big Cat Rescue telling Daniel Andrews to 'get on the beers'. Out of absolutely nowhere, we have been gifted this beautiful few seconds of pure joy.
Music legends Mashd N Kutcher have added to their already bangerific song remix of 'Zero Cases' to include a cameo from Carole Baskin.
The Tiger King star tells the Premier: "Hey Dan Andrews, it's Carole Baskin from Big Cat Rescue and I know you've been spending a lot of time working hard down there at the zoo. But we all want you to take a well-deserved break and get on the beers.
"Oh my God, that is your civic duty and what's most important and that's what must be done."
*cue epic EDM drop and head banging*
Iconic. Incredible. Genuinely the video that will save 2020.
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If you feel like this song is familiar then you're not wrong. The original track has been played more than 1.3 million times since it debuted earlier this year and even became the iTunes Number One Dance track in Australia.
It has become such an anthem that it was even shown at a music festival in Perth.
The tune features a mashup of a Covid-related press conference held by Andrews around Easter time, with the Premier's original comments being spliced into him encouraging listeners to 'get on the beers'.
"That's what's most important - the beers," Andrews is heard saying over a dance track.
"As best we can tell, the dinner party started with one case of beers...as far as we can tell, everyone at the dinner party had a case of the beers.
"Get on the beers... that's your civic duty... that's what's most important and that's what must be done," the track continues, until the beat drops with one final: "Beers".
Featured Image Credit: Mashd N Kutcher/Facebook
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