Look out Hollywood! There are some new kids on the block and they just can't wait to make their big debut.
During an interview with Fox News, a pair of musical birds burst into a highly popular song amongst the creatures of animal kingdom. That's right, you guessed it! These talented parrots showcased their moving rendition of the classic "Old MacDonald Had a Farm."
"What's your name?" asks the woman conducting the interview, to which one bird answers "Hello!" An interesting name for sure which will definitely help them stand out once they make it to Hollywood.
The reporter goes on to ask them "Can you sing about the farm?" to which they answer with a powerfully enthusiastic rendition of the 1917 nursery rhyme. Finally a pair of young artists with a flare for the classics!
"Old MacDonald Had a Farm" is a children's song rooted in the 1917 book Tommy's Tunes that tells the tale of a farmer named MacDonald and all the animals he tends to on his farm. The nursery rhyme has been covered by millions of new mothers but this is the first time that we know of to date that a pair of musical parrots have taken on the classic.
Watch the talented pair take a crack at "Old MacDonald" in the video below and let us know what you think in the comments!
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