A new 'Fancy' parody is born with 'I'm So Pregnant'

Whats Up Moms Fancy parody
The "song of the summer" has reached the unborn. 

Is Iggy Azalea's “Fancy” the new “Let It Go”?

Fancy” is already being called the “song of the summer,” because we as a cultural would surely perish if we couldn’t identify the song of the summer. “Fancy” has received the lip-synch treatment from a father and daughter, and its prevalence on teen Vine is sort of frightening.

Its popularity has now moved to the unborn. The ladies of the What’s Up Moms YouTube channel decided to revise the narrative of “Fancy” for their own purposes, and have given the world “I’m So Pregnant.” Yes, this baby might come into the world knowing the words to an Iggy Azalea song. Is that a blessing or a curse?

Proceed with caution, new moms. The baby backlash against “Let It Go” has already begun. “Fancy” could be next.

H/T BuzzFeed | Screengrab via WhatsUpMoms/YouTube

Preggie, a social network for mommies-to-be
Real talk, guys: There is nothing in the world more insufferable than a mother-to-be on social media. From the onslaught of new baby selfies in your News feed to countless status updates about baby diaper rashes and yeast infections and merconiums (that’s baby’s first poop for all you non-mamas out there), it’s easy for the childless to become frustrated with new mothers on social media, and the converse certainly applies as well.
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