“Obama Girl” was all the rage on YouTube in 2007. In 2012, it’s all about “Paul Ryan Girl,” dressed as a 1980s fitness instructor and singing “Let’s Get Fiscal,” who hopes to catapult to Internet fame.
“Paul Ryan Girl” has more than 16,000 YouTube hits as of Friday in a video worshipping the 2012 Republican vice presidential candidate. The video, a parody of the '80s hit “Let’s Get Physical” by Olivia Newton-John, can be viewed below.
Just like the “Crush On Obama” video that “Obama Girl” sent viral in 2007, “Paul Ryan Girl” opens her video pretending to be on the phone.
“Hey Paul, it’s me. I just saw you on CNN and I was so moved. Call me, maybe,” she says in the video uploaded by the YouTube account LetsGetFiscalSanity.
“Ryan Girl” is shown wearing an '80s-style aerobics outfit in a nod to the video for Newton-John’s “Let’s Get Physical.”
The video is a take on Ryan’s fiscal expertise and his dedication to the P90X fitness routine.
YouTube viewers approve of “Ryan Girl” and “Let’s Get Fiscal,” with the clip receiving 207 likes as of Friday.
“Very clever! Great creativity!” said YouTube user brainfertilizer.
“Obama Girl” makes an appearance in the video, although it’s not actress/model Amber Lee Ettinger, who starred in the original “I Got A Crush On Obama” clip.
A haggard-looking Obama Girl shows up at Ryan Girl’s doorstep with her resume.
“I can’t take four more years of this,” she says, before ripping off her clothes to reveal a pink t-shirt with “I Wanna Have Paul Ryan’s Baby” emblazoned on the front.
The girls then join in dancing to “Let’s Get Fiscal” as they worship a photo of a shirtless Ryan.
“Crush On Obama” has amassed more than 25 million views since it first hit YouTube five years ago.
Howard Koplowitz reports on crime and breaking news events for International Business Times. Howard formerly worked on IBT's continuous news desk, where he covered trending...