This motif also occurs in "Why Does This Always Happen to Me? [173] The book allows Yankovic to apply the humorous writing style found in his music in another medium, allowing him to use puns and rhymes. They rehearsed the song just a few times before the show began. In 1987 waren Yankovic en zijn band de openingsact van The Monkees. Weird Al Yankovic ( @alyankovic ) is a comedian and songwriter. The series features Al TV-esque fake interviews with movie stars. [51] The song holds the distinction of being the first polka song to chart on Billboard's Digital Songs Sales Chart. [80] Other style parodies includes those of Rage Against the Machine with "I'll Sue Ya" (which features many aspects of the hit song "Killing in the Name"), Devo with "Dare to Be Stupid", Talking Heads with "Dog Eat Dog", Frank Zappa with "Genius in France", Nine Inch Nails with "Germs", and Queen with "Ringtone". In 2008, Weird Al joined Michael J. Nelson as a guest on the RiffTrax treatment of Jurassic Park. "[58] In a 2011 interview with OnMilwaukee, he clarified his stance on his diet: "I am still a vegetarian, and I try to be a vegan, but I occasionally cheat. Music video by "Weird Al" Yankovic performing Smells Like Nirvana. "[104], The Presidents of the United States of America were so pleased with "Gump", Yankovic's parody of their song "Lump", that they ended the song with his last line instead of their own ("And that's all I have to say about that") on the live recording of "Lump" featured on the compilation album Pure Frosting. Yankovic also had a cameo in a 2008 episode, titled "That '90s Show", during which he records a parody of Homer's grunge hit "Shave Me" titled "Brain Freeze" (Homer's song, "Shave Me", was itself a parody of Nirvana's "Rape Me") making Yankovic one of only a handful of celebrities to appear twice on the show playing themselves. Alfred Matthew "Weird Al" Yankovic (/ˈjæŋkəvɪk/ YANG-kə-vik;[2] born October 23, 1959) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, satirist, actor, music video director, and author who is known for humorous songs that make light of pop culture and often parody specific songs by contemporary musical acts. [12] He attended California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, where he earned a bachelor's degree in architecture.[11]. [13][60] Hours after his wife notified him of this, he made the decision to go on with his concert in Appleton, Wisconsin. [93] ABC World News elaborated that Yankovic's success is in part due to the Internet's interest in viral and humorous videos catching up with what Yankovic has been doing for his entire career. It's trying to float into my orifices! There's a striking lack of salaciousness about "Weird Al" Yankovic, which should come as no surprise to anyone who's caught his episode of Behind the Music, where Al was baffled as to why such a controversy-free celebrity like himself would even be considered for the series. Reportedly, Coolio's label gave Yankovic the impression that Coolio had granted permission to record the parody, but Coolio maintains that he never did. When Jackson granted Yankovic permission to do "Fat", Jackson allowed him to use the same set built for his own "Badder" video from the Moonwalker film. ", "American Psycho with Huey Lewis and Weird Al Yankovic", Episode: "Wheel of Fortune w/ Special Guest WEIRD AL", This page was last edited on 14 December 2020, at 21:42. Eric Appel produced a Funny or Die movie trailer for Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, a fictional biographical film that parodies other films based on musicians; Yankovic (played by Aaron Paul) is seen hiding his "weirdness" from his parents (Gary Cole and Mary Steenburgen), making it big using song parodies with the help of Dr. Demento (Patton Oswalt), falling in and out of love with Madonna (Olivia Wilde), and fading into alcoholism and being arrested, at which point his father finally admits he is "weird" as well. [87] Most notably, the video for "Smells Like Nirvana" uses an extremely similar set to Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit", including using several of the same actors. They see me mowin' My front lawn I know they're all thinking I'm so white ‘n' nerdy ", "MAGIC! [7], Yankovic has invited members of the 501st Legion on stage during performances of his Star Wars-themed songs "Yoda" and "The Saga Begins", recruiting members of local garrisons (club chapters) while on tour. A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! Alfred Matthew "Weird Al" Yankovic is an American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, satirist, actor, music video director, and author who is known for humorous songs that make light of pop culture and often parody specific songs by contemporary musical acts. It was so big overseas that people were telling me they had heard my version of Weird Al's song. [9] Mede door deze houding werken de originele artiesten soms zelfs mee aan de parodie. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Madonna's friend was a mutual friend of Yankovic's manager, Jay Levey, and eventually Yankovic himself heard the story from Levey. "[76] Apart from Yankovic and his band performing his classic and contemporary hits, staples of Yankovic's live performances include a medley of parodies, many costume changes between songs, and a video screen on which various clips are played during the costume changes. [12] He graduated in 1975,[19] and was valedictorian of his senior class. He has stated that he may forgo traditional albums in favor of timely releases of singles from the 2010s onwards. [12], On September 14, 1980, Yankovic was a guest on the Dr. Demento Show, where he was to record a new parody live. After taking a year off, Yankovic returned to tour in the United States and Canada from February to June 2018 in "The Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour". VH1 produced a Behind the Music episode on Yankovic. While Coolio claimed he was upset, legal action never materialized, and Coolio accepted royalty payments for the song. [74], Yankovic considers his body of work to primarily feature parodies, rather than satires of the original song or artist, as he found that satire of songs or artists has already been done before. Yankovic released the song as a free download on his MySpace profile, as well as his official website, and plays it in concert, since it was not Blunt himself objecting to the parody. "Weird Al" Yankovic, parodist of everyone from rockers to rappers. Yankovic is bij het grote publiek het meest bekend van zijn parodieën. [52] After Hamilton had premiered on Disney+ in July 2020, Yankovic released a video version of "The Hamilton Polka" that synched his song to video clips from the show. Explore releases from "Weird Al" Yankovic at Discogs. It also includes Medium Rarities, a bonus 15th album full of previously unreleased material and other non-album tracks. [198][199] In addition to these efforts, an ongoing campaign is underway in which supporters of Yankovic's nomination are requested to send "sincere, thoughtful" letters to the Rock Hall Foundation's headquarters in New York. Yankovic's parodies are often satirical of popular culture, including television (see The TV Album), movies ("The Saga Begins"), and food (see The Food Album). This refusal, coming shortly after the commercial failure of Yankovic's movie UHF in theaters, had initially set Yankovic back; he later recognized this as a critical time as, while searching for new parodies, he came across Nirvana, leading to a revitalization of his career with "Smells Like Nirvana". Often, his surname is misspelled (and thus mispronounced) as "Yankovich", among other variations. [22], Yankovic released his second album "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D in 1984. In October 2016, Yankovic collaborated with the Gregory Brothers to create a music video "Bad Hombres, Nasty Women" shortly after the third debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with Yankovic singing between autotuned snippets from the candidates. That particularly bothers me, because I really try to do quality work, and I also try to maintain a more-or-less family-friendly image—and some of these songs that are supposedly by me are just, well, vulgar and awful. Yancovic' algorithm that generates parodies of existing songs, and now the record industry is accusing him of copyright violations", "Weird Al's UHF is uneven, but that just made it ahead of its time", "Midnight Star "Ask Al" Q&As for October/November, 1995", "Watch Weird Al's Emmys TV Theme-Song Medley", "Cartoon Network To Air Transformers Animated Episode "Garbage In, Garbage Out"--10:30 am", Not April Fools: Scooby-Doo On Batman: The Brave and the Bold | The Mary Sue, "Weird Al's '30 Rock' Parody Song Takes Shot At NBC", "Exclusive: 'Weird Al' Yankovic graces 'My Little Pony, "Geek Out! [24] He sent it to Dr. Demento, who played it to good response from listeners. "[191] Fans worldwide have sent donations to raise the US$40,000 needed for a nomination. *sobs* People are breathing out this living poison! He noted that his friends and fellow musicians Ben Folds and Taylor Hanson helped to support their respective style parodies "Why Does This Always Happen To Me?" [137] Since then, only U2 and Kenny G have also entered this elite group. Produced by “Weird Al” Yankovic. : Trailer for Weird Al 'biopic' up on Funny or Die", "Watch Huey Lewis Ax-Murder 'Weird Al' in 'American Psycho' Spoof", "American Psycho with Huey Lewis and Weird Al", "Final debate inspires 'Bad Hombres, Nasty Women' music video with Weird Al Yankovic", "See Weird Al's Hilarious Debate Parody 'Bad Hombres, Nasty Women, "Weird Al Presents: 'America Is Doomed, the Musical, "I am "Weird Al" Yankovic – Ask Me Anything! He had been inspired to do so from Spike Jones, who had transitioned classical music into polka. For instance, one fan inquired back in 1995, “What religion are you? : IAmA", "Children's Picture Books – Feb. 20, 2011", "MAD magazine names its first guest editor in its seven-decade history: 'Weird Al' Yankovic", "Weird Al Yankovic Talks About Beer Endorsement He Turned Down", "This headline is inaccurate – I NEVER regretted the decision. Album “Weird Al” Yankovic in 3-D. Theme From Rocky XIII (The Rye or the Kaiser) Lyrics [Verse 1:] Fat and weak, what a disgrace Guess the champ got too lazy He also plays local TV talent show host Uncle Muscles on several episodes of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Weird Al Yankovic lyrics - 255 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Hardware Store", "Albuquerque", "Your Horoscope For Today". De komiek, die muzikale parodieën maakt van bekende nummers, twittert dinsdag dat hij dat niet van plan is. There's a striking lack of salaciousness about "Weird Al" Yankovic, which should come as no surprise to anyone who's caught his episode of Behind the Music, where Al was baffled as to why such a controversy-free celebrity like himself would even be considered for the series. Yankovic had stated in interviews prior to Prince's death in 2016 that he had "approached him every few years [to] see if he's lightened up. Yankovic received his first exposure via syndicated comedy radio personality Dr. Demento's Southern California-based radio show, saying "If there hadn't been a Dr. Demento, I'd probably have a real job now. [78] Similarly, he had included Weezer's "Buddy Holly" in a polka medley, but had to pull it when the band refused rights for it. organize a circus in a 2007 episode of the children's show. In 1988 Yankovic was the narrator on the Wendy Carlos recording of Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf. Yankovic also wrote a sequel to When I Grow Up, 2013's My New Teacher and Me!. [10] In the 1970s, Yankovic was a big fan of Elton John and claims John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album was partly how he "learned to play rock 'n roll on the accordion". [89][90] RCA Records opted not to fund production of any of these videos, and Yankovic turned to various social media portals including Funny or Die and CollegeHumor which he had worked with in the past; these sites helped to cover the production cost of the videos with Yankovic foregoing any ad video revenue. ", "Make the Rock Hall "Weird" – Our Mission", "Make the Rock Hall "Weird" – How You Can Help", "Readers' Rock List: Who Should Be Nominated For the Hall of Fame? [139], With his four-decade career, Yankovic's work has also influenced newer artists. "Weird Al" Yankovic in 3-D followed in February 1984. [7] His work has earned him five Grammy Awards and a further 11 nominations, four gold records, and six platinum records in the U.S. His first top ten Billboard album (Straight Outta Lynwood) and single ("White & Nerdy") were both released in 2006, nearly three decades into his career. In addition to recording his albums, Yankovic wrote and starred in the film UHF (1989) and the television series The Weird Al Show (1997). [123] For legal reasons, video clips (apart from those for Yankovic's own music videos) could not be shown for the home release, and unreleased parodies were removed from the parody medley for the performance. Directed by 'Weird Al' Yankovic. [105] His parody not only replicates the music from the original Don McLean song, but it replicates the multi-layered rhyming structure in the verses and chorus. If you any have tips or corrections, please send them our way. [122] A concert from Yankovic's 1999 tour, "Touring with Scissors", for the Running with Scissors album was released on VHS in 1999 and on DVD in 2000. [132] The tour was inspired by a 2016 performance he did with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, which he considered a "religious experience" and sought to replicate on tour. 1 debut album on the Billboard charts the week of its release, buoyed by Yankovic's approach for releasing eight music videos over eight continuous days that drew viral attention to the album as described below. The Learnerer/Mr. Alfred Matthew “Weird Al” Yankovic, born October 23, 1959, is widely praised as one of the greatest comedy musicians of all time. "[12][21] Yankovic also played at local coffeehouses, accompanied by fellow dorm resident Joel Miller on bongos. ", "Five Reasons 'Weird Al' Yankovic Should Perform at Next Year's Super Bowl", "Fans backing Weird Al for Super Bowl halftime", "You Can Help Weird Al Headline the Super Bowl's Halftime Show", "Bill & Ted Face The Music: 45 Easter Eggs, References, And Things You Missed", "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – Episode 89", "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – 51 – Episode 110", "Exclusive: See the trailer for the final episodes of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic", Watch Animated 'Weird Al' Sing About Underpants | Rolling Stone, "Weird Al Stars and Sings on 'Uncle Grandpa, "WATCH:'Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle' Season 2 Debuts Jan. 11", "Happy! For example, "First World Problems" from Mandatory Fun is a style take on the Pixies, with the opening stanza reminiscent of the Pixies' "Debaser". "Weird Al" Yankovic, Wendy Carlos "Weird Al" Yankovic, Wendy Carlos - Peter & The Wolf / Carnival Of The Animals - Part II (Album) 3 versions : CBS, FM (3) FM 44567: US: 1988: Sell This Version: 3 versions [10] Many of these songs are style pastiches of specific bands with allusions to specific songs. Also, Coolio's later disapproval of "Amish Paradise" was played up as a large feud. In 2006, Yankovic gained James Blunt's permission to record a parody of "You're Beautiful". [192] On May 26, 2006, the campaign hit the then-$15,000 target, just five days before the May 31 deadline to submit the necessary paperwork. [8] Dit om, volgens eigen zeggen, andere artiesten niet tegen zich in het harnas te jagen. Verschillende artiesten beschouwen het als een eer als Yankovic hun lied wil parodiëren. [12] In writing his parodies as well as his original songs, Yankovic spends a great deal of time in deciding the right words that not only match the beat of the original song but that fit theme of the parody. According to members of Nirvana interviewed for Behind the Music, when they saw the video of the song, they laughed hysterically. [91], Under the "fair use" provision of U.S. copyright law, affirmed by the United States Supreme Court in the 1994 case Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc., artists such as Yankovic do not need permission to record a parody. [191] Yankovic's application was resubmitted for consideration in 2007, but he was not included among 2008's inductees. [72][73] Yankovic's continued success (including the top 10 single "White & Nerdy" and album Straight Outta Lynwood in 2006) has enabled him to escape the one-hit wonder stigma often associated with novelty music. Yankovic set the U.S. record on Spotify for having the most tracks from one album in the viral top 10 at one time, taking the top four spots. Bat-Mite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases! Al has appeared on numerous other webshows, including CollegeHumor, LearningTown, Some Jerk with a Camera, Team Unicorn, and Epic Rap Battles of History appearing as Sir Isaac Newton in a battle against actors portraying Bill Nye, the Science Guy (YouTube star Nice Peter), and Neil DeGrasse Tyson (Chali 2na of the group Jurassic 5). Standup and sketch comedy from the '50s to today. Much was also made over his apparent lack of a love life, though he got married shortly after the program aired. [12][13][14] He believed "the key to success" was "doing for a living whatever makes you happy" and often reminded his son of this philosophy. Welcome to the "Weird Al" Wiki, a wiki about "Weird Al" Yankovic! The tape's first song, "Belvedere Cruisin'" – about his family's Plymouth Belvedere – was played on Demento's comedy radio show, launching Yankovic's career. Share 3 Comments. Music by "Weird Al" Yankovic and similar artists! [12][14], Yankovic's first accordion lesson, which sparked his interest in music, took place on the day before his seventh birthday. [199] The Hall has not considered Yankovic for nomination since the campaign started in 2004. He was not interested in sports or social events at school but was active in its extracurricular programs, including the National Forensic League-sanctioned public speaking events, a play based upon Rebel Without a Cause, the yearbook (for which he wrote most of the captions), and the Volcano Worshippers club; the latter, according to Yankovic, did "absolutely nothing" and was started "just to get an extra picture of [themselves] in the yearbook". He was selected by the SiIvaGunner rippers. [196], Similar to the Weird Al Star Fund, a second fan-driven campaign called "Make the Rock Hall 'Weird'" has tried to enshrine him into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, for which he has been eligible since 2004. Up through 1992, six of Yankovic's albums were produced by Rick Derringer, for which he won two Grammy Awards. Weird Al creates yet another parody to the well known song "Happy" by Pharrell with many popular stars dancing and singing. [153] He would later reprise his role in the season 9 episode "The Last Laugh. Comedy [Listener discretion advised!] 'Weird Al' Yankovic attends the premiere of "Coco" at El Capitan Theatre on Nov. 8, 2017 in Los Angeles. He also performs original songs that are style pastiches of the work of other acts, as well as polka medleys of several popular songs, most of which feature his trademark accordion. Weird Al’s “I Love Lucy”-themed song, “Ricky” (a spoof of “Mickey” by Toni Basil), wasn’t just his first stint in the Hot 100, but it was also his first televised music video. [60] In stark contrast to his stage persona, Yankovic is known by friends and associates to be polite, shy, and introverted, even among family. In 2008, Yankovic directed the music video for their song "Mixed Up S.O.B. "[103] The Permanent Record: Al in the Box booklet referred to the song's "compound fracture of a title. The Man: "Feel It Still" and "Live in the Moment". However, upon first submitting it to Lady Gaga's manager for approval (which Yankovic does as a courtesy), he was not given permission to release it commercially. [119], Paul McCartney, also a Yankovic fan, refused Yankovic permission to record a parody of Wings' "Live and Let Die", titled "Chicken Pot Pie", because, according to Yankovic, McCartney is "a strict vegetarian and he didn't want a parody that condoned the consumption of animal flesh". [75] Most Yankovic songs consist of the original song's music, with a separate, unrelated set of amusing lyrics. The song "Ricky" was released as a single and the music video received exposure on the still-young MTV. In his early career, Yankovic hosted the specials Al TV on MTV and Al Music on MuchMusic many times, generally coinciding with the release of each new album. Al’s entire career is dedicated to the extremely, even excessively true and reasonable proposition that rock and pop are ridiculous and silly and deserved to be mocked and made fun of rather than stuck behind glass like it was the fucking Constitution or Declaration of Independence. [169] Although Yankovic previously wrote the script for UHF, this was to be the first movie Yankovic directed. Yankovic cites these misattributions as "his only real beef with peer-to-peer file sharing sites": If you do a search for my name on any one of those sites, I guarantee you that about half of the songs that come up will be songs I had absolutely nothing to do with. "[86], While Yankovic's musical parodies generally do not include references to the songs or the artists of the original songs, Yankovic's music videos will sometimes parody the original song's music video in whole or in part. Dave Grohl van de band Nirvana gaf bijvoorbeeld aan dat hij wist dat zijn band het gemaakt had toen Yankovic hun lied Smells Like Teen Spirit parodieerde. He is known in particular for humorous songs which make fun of popular culture or parody specific songs by contemporary musical acts, or both. He also voiced himself on a Back at the Barnyard episode, and he appeared as a ringmaster who helps the regular characters of Yo Gabba Gabba! [53] Also in March, Al released two remixes of songs by Portugal. [95] However, as a personal rule and as a means of maintaining good relationships, Yankovic has always sought permission from the original artist before commercially releasing a parody. "Weird Al" Yankovic, Category: Artist, Albums: Mandatory Fun, Alpocalypse, Straight Outta Lynwood, Poodle Hat, Running With Scissors, Singles: Who’s Gonna Stop Me (feat. It is mentioned in the lyrics of several songs, and seen on the covers for Running with Scissors, Poodle Hat[83] and Straight Outta Lynwood. Yankovic claims he has no intention of writing "serious" music. He also noted positive reactions he got through friends his band members have, such as from Frank Black of The Pixies for "First World Problems" and Southern Culture on the Skids for "Lame Claim to Fame", and a similar praise when he encountered Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills, and Nash on the street, and was able to play his recently completed "Mission Statement" for him. Weird Al Yankovic’s height and weight. [35] The album contains the five songs from the previous Internet Leaks digital download release, a polka medley called "Polka Face", a song called "TMZ" for which Bill Plympton created an animated music video, and five other new songs. Leave it to "Weird Al" Yankovic to give us a theme song for the first presidential debate. In appreciation, the 501st inducted Yankovic as a "Friend of the Legion", in September 2007. [7] Following the success of Poodle Hat in Australia, Yankovic performed eleven shows in Australia's major capital cities and regional areas in October of that year. His stage act in a Phoenix, Arizona, nightclub caught the eye of manager Jay Levey, who was "blown away". [11] Ook Paul McCartney en Jimmy Page, die beide fan zijn van Yankovic, wilden toch liever niet dat Yankovic een van hun nummers zou parodiëren.[12]. [10] There exists, however, one exception to this rule: Madonna was reportedly talking with a friend and happened to wonder aloud when Yankovic was going to turn her "Like a Virgin" into "Like a Surgeon". "Weird Al" Yankovic celebrates his 61st birthday this week. Zo heeft Yankovic bijvoorbeeld al meerdere keren tevergeefs geprobeerd toestemming te krijgen van Prince om een van zijn nummers te parodiëren. If there's a cheese pizza on the band bus, I might sneak a piece. : The Alpocalypse Tour, The Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour, The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange, Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package, UHF – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff, Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour. [Intro: Weird Al] *screams* We're all DOOMED! [177], Yankovic was approached by a beer company to endorse their product. Since having a comedy song aired in 1976, Yankovic has sold more than 12 million albums (as of 2007[update]),[3] recorded more than 150 parody and original songs,[4][5][6] and performed more than 1,000 live shows. 2876 Followers. Dr. Demento appeared in several of Yankovic's earlier videos, such as "I Love Rocky Road" and "Ricky". 'Weird Al' Yankovic – Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? [22] Yankovic said: It was sort of like amateur music night, and a lot of people were like wannabe Dan Fogelbergs. Demento’s radio show”, waar hij als 16-jarige reeds zijn accordeonmuziek mocht laten horen. He also directed the end sequence of 1986's "Christmas at Ground Zero" (an original piece juxtaposing Christmas with nuclear warfare) from his Polka Party! Ontdek de perfecte stockfoto's over Weird Al Yankovic en redactionele nieuwsbeelden van Getty Images Kies uit premium Weird Al Yankovic van de hoogste kwaliteit. the music video for "I Lost on Jeopardy", or Fran Drescher's character, Pamela Finkelstein, in UHF). Yankovic volgde drie jaar lang lessen aan deze muziekschool, alvorens zelf verder te leren. In 2015, Yankovic made an appearance on an episode of The Odd Couple as a yoga student in the class Felix takes over for one day. Zijn carrière breidde zich al snel uit naar andere media. Yankovic admitted that he had, so Levey held auditions. [179], In 2009, Yankovic was a special guest on an episode of G4's Web Soup where he came as Mark Gormley at first.[180]. [145], UHF shows the creation of Yankovic's signature food—the Twinkie Wiener Sandwich. "[151] In 2012, Al was extensively featured in the sixth season episode of 30 Rock called "Kidnapped by Danger", where Jenna tries to come up with a "Weird Al-proof" song,[152] as well as appearing on two episodes of The Aquabats! He had originally just pulled the number 27 as a random figure to use in filling out lyrics, but as his fans started to notice the reuse of the number after the first few times, he began to purposely drop references to 27 within his lyrics, videos, and album covers. DVD and Blu-Ray CD combos of the concert honoring George Harrison became available in early 2016. "Weird Al" Yankovic at the Lin-Manuel Miranda Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony (45212532085) (cropped).jpg 954 × 1,205; 343 KB "Weird Al" Yankovic at the Lin-Manuel Miranda Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony (45212532085).jpg 3,200 × 2,400; 1.27 MB "Weird Al" Yankovic.JPG 944 × 1,186; 160 …