This Andy Dwyer Looking Motherf*cker Dedicates "I Will Always Love You" To His Mom, Tears The Roof Off The Joint
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This Andy Dwyer Looking Motherf*cker Dedicates "I Will Always Love You" To His Mom, Tears The Roof Off The Joint

By Joanna Robinson | Videos | August 14, 2013 | Comments ()

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This kid, Josh Weathers? This is exactly what I would imagine would spring forth from a night of steamy passion between Chris Pratt’s “Parks And Recreation” character and Blake Shelton. You’re quite welcome for that visual, folks. So after a Southern-fried intro and an amazing mini-medley of songs from The Bodyguard soundtrack, Weathers launches into a barn-burning, soul-stirring rendition of “I Will Always Love You” which he dedicates to his mom. Now we all know that “I Will Always Love You” was originally performed by Dolly Parton in the world’s most amazingly prostitutional musical, The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, but Weathers is obviously doing Whitney’s version. I’ll let Jean-Ralphio prepare you for what you’re about to see.


Fling your undergarments with a bit of decorum, please.

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  • AudioSuede

    Give this guy a goddamned Jeff Buckley movie, like, yesterday.

  • larry bird's mustache

    well, i think i have now found my own personal argument for overturning DOMA. Not a dry seat in the house. Even the guys splooshed. It's not an assumption, it's a fact

  • Jim Slemaker

    Everyone that can - go hug your mom.

  • Meh

    Imma let you finish in a sec, but Melissa Etheridge's version is way better.

  • BendinIntheWind

    Oh dear god... I spent the whole day not clicking this video because for some reason I assumed he was singing it for his *dead* mother, and I couldn't handle all the impending feels. I can't even describe how relieved I was during his intro.

  • His playing and the delicacy of his voice on the chorus reminds me a bit of Jeff Buckley.

    One has to wonder if he's stopped having sex since that performance.

  • misslucyjane

    Gorgeous. He'll be one to watch, I suspect.

  • Sirilicious

    My mind was thinking, "it's nice enough", but my goosebumps betrayed it.

  • Dennis Albert Ramirez

    jesus. that was grand.

  • freetickles

    Did anyone else click on the car ad at the top thinking it was the video and needlessly sit through two minutes sponsored by Mazda? No, just me? Oh.

  • Sirilicious

    I love my ad block. I know i might be cheating sites out of money, but i *never* click ads anyway. Even the ones that (I let) get through.

  • Salieri2

    Panties thrown at 2:34.

  • InternetMagpie

    Oh my.

  • Guest

    Well damn if that doesn't make me miss my musician phase(that would be dating not playing). I will be seeking him out the next time in DFW. Brilliant

  • MikeRoorda

    I'm sweaty. Why am I sweating?

  • BobbFrapples

    Whew! Nice way to start my morning. :D

  • George Tarleton

    Well god damn. That was... I might need a moment to, uh, tidy up.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    Not bad. Not bad at all.

  • Helo

    Homeboy's got PIPES, and the good taste to rock a Fender Telecaster with a modicum of overdrive. Approved.

  • Ruthie O

    Hot damn. Just take my undergarments. All of them. Not just the ones I'm wearing; the whole top dresser drawer because dayum this guy can sing. Just wow.

  • Ginger

    A real man knows when to back up off the mic.

  • APOCooter

    I am 100% heterosexual and I am not ashamed in the least to admit that I flung my undergarmets at my monitor with no decorum whatsoever.

  • That left me a little flustered, and I'm both straight and a guy.

  • Morgan_LaFai

    It left me a little flustered as well, and I am neither strait nor a guy.

  • $6950553

    I Will Always Love You is a 1974 song written about her ex. It doesn't originally have any connection to Best Little Whorehouse, that came much later.

    Signed, "That Guy"

  • Nicole

    Actually she wrote it for Porter Wagoner when she was leaving his show. He wasn't her ex.

    "That Girl" who is also a diehard Dolly Parton fan.

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