"Let's Get Ridiculous" is a song by American singer, dancer, DJ and rapper Redfoo, also known for being half of the duo LMFAO. It was released on September 8, 2013. The song, written and produced by himself, debuted at number 1 on the Australian Singles Chart. This song is currently the theme song for AC ROC, a professional wrestling independent wrestling tag team at Monster Factory. In 2018 it was used by MTV in promos for Jersey Shore Family Vacation.
The music video for this song was shot in Manly, New South Wales, whilst Redfoo was featured as a judge on the fifth season of The X Factor Australia. His then-girlfriend, former world number one tennis player, Victoria Azarenka, makes a cameo appearance in the video clip as a flight attendant.
The Footy Show panellist Darryl Brohman parodied the song's music video in early February 2014, which was also shot in Manly, New South Wales. Its lyrics references the famous refereeing outbursts made by Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles coach Geoff Toovey during a National Rugby League (NRL) match in August 2013.
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- ^ Mini Foo hangs out with X Factor judge Redfoo as he films clip for Let's Get Ridiculous, The Daily Telegraph, September 25, 2013.
- ^ Victoria Azarenka cameos as sexy flight attendant in RedFoo's new music video, Tennis World USA, October 21, 2013.
- ^ Footy Show's Darryl 'The Big Marn' Brohman records RedFoo hit "Let's Get Ridiculous" at The Corso, Manly, The Daily Telegraph, February 19, 2014.
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