Have you ever seen the Snow White movie "Happily Ever After?" If you haven't you probably have heard the phrase used before. Now, there is a viral YouTube video (below) with a hilariously brilliant parody titled "After Ever After," letting people know what happens after "Happily Ever After." Jon Cozart aka "Paint" created a music video on YouTube called "After Ever After: DISNEY Parody" that is blowing up across the Internet.
The video, uploaded just March 12, has nearly 3 million views as of Saturday, March 16. The video may not be for everyone, in fact it may be considered offensive by some, but that isn't stopping millions of people from watching the viral video.
In the video Paint features four Disney princesses singing about their lives after "happily ever after" in the modern world. He teams Ariel's journey with pollution and the BP oil spill, Jasmine with Osama Bin Laden and the war on terror, Belle with bestiality, and Pocahontas with John Smith and disease. Yes, it's not for everyone. The song is real life controversial issues wrapped in a sweet sounding song.
The song begins, "If you've ever wondered why, Disney's tales all end in lies, Here's what happened after all their dreams came true." That is when the song goes into all the death and destruction.
I can certainly see why people wouldn't enjoy the song, but apparently there are a lot of fans for the new YouTube viral video. What do you think? Do you enjoy the music video or is too much death destruction for you?
By the looks of "Paint's" YouTube video page, this isn't the only parody video he has made. Among the other videos on the YouTube page are "Lord of the Rings in 99 Seconds," "GLEE Audition," and "Movie Villain Medley." Could Paint be the next YouTube superstar?