The year-old singer and musician said on Wednesday's at home episode of Watch What Happens Live that he "wasn't making fun" of Ariana Grande or Gal Gadot with the video, which parodied Gadot's star-studded cover of John Lennon 's song "Imagine. Gadot shared the "Imagine" cover in March in an attempt to uplift people amid the coronavirus outbreak. Mayer responded by releasing a video where he was edited into the cover but sang Grande's song "Imagine. I wanted to make sure she knew I wasn't making fun of her," Mayer said. Mayer said he's looking "for opportunities to make people laugh right now," which was also the intent behind his song "Drone Shot of My Yacht. I think dumb songs are funny," he said. Mayer also discussed the inspiration behind his song "Gravity," which appears on his album Continuum. Entertainment News.
Subscriber Account active since. However, he was left out of the final cut after thinking Gadot wanted him to sing a song of the same title by Ariana Grande. Mayer posted a video to his Instagram explaining his confusion. Mayer then showed a cut of the montage video that began with Gadot singing Lennon's "Imagine," followed by Kristen Wiig, and then Jamie Dornan, singing the preceeding lyrics. The montage then cuts to Mayer belting out Grande's "Imagine" lyrics: "Me with no make up, you in the bath tub, bubbles and bubbly," he sang. A Simple Misunderstanning.
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