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Lady Gaga's Telephone as Spoofed by NPR Staffers

Even if you're not a regular listener of NPR's afternoon program All Things Considered, you may want to have a look at this. Found by Fishbowl LA and reprinted by our sister paper, the LA Weekly's music blog West Coast Sound, it seems that some young people on NPR's staff convinced some of the, um -- less young staff, to spoof Lady Gaga's Telephone. The stars of the show are legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg, and host of All Things Considered, Robert Siegel. You gotta love well respected Washington journalists with a killer sense of humor...

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Sarah Ventre