Alien Ant Farm Gets ICP, 311, and Hoobastank to Cameo in Video for Wham! Cover

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Smooth criminals Alien Ant Farm have kicked in the door to 2020 with a brand new cover to rival the Michael Jackson hit that made them a household name back in 2001.

Wham!'s 1984 single "Everything She Wants" from their sophomore album Make It Big gets the AAF cover treatment this time around, and not only is it another impeccable version of a beloved classic, but they also brought along some famous friends for the ride.

EDM producer Zedd, both members of Insane Clown Posse, and even Sting's son are a few of the faces you'll see popping in and out of the clip - showing us a little behind-the-scenes of their quarantine life - but there's a whole rolodex of names to follow.

Here's the full cameo list, which seriously makes us wonder what the contacts app in these guys' phones must look like.

Ajay Popoff (Lit), Alan Cassidy (The Black Dahlia Murder), Benjamin Jackendoff (Marvel Comics), Brett Hatley (Ex-Howard Stern Show), Carla Harvey (Butcher Babies), Charlie Benante (Anthrax), CJ Pierce (Drowning Pool), Coach Rusty (Golf Coach/Trick Artist), Daniel Estrin (Hoobastank), DJ R1ck One (Black Eyed Peas/Blood of Abraham/Crazy Town X/3013), Doug Robb (Hoobastank), Frank Drank (Capital One commercial/Game Of Thrones actor), Grant Knight (SHVPES), Hyro The Hero (Rapper), Jared Montague (Ex-Taproot), Joe Sumner (Fiction Plane/son of Sting), Lorenz Larkin (Bellator Fighter), Nick Hexum (311), Rory Scoval (Comedian/Actor), Shaggy 2 Dope (Insane Clown Posse ), Shifty Shellshock (Crazy Town X), Sonny Sandoval (P.O.D.), Violent J (Insane Clown Posse), and Zedd (DJ/Producer).

If this video wasn't enough to fill your AAF void, the band will be streaming a live show from Los Angeles' Whiskey A Go-Go on July 11. Grab tickets to watch the stream from the comfort of your couch right here.

Now while you're at it, lean into the song and music video that made the band famous, because damn, that was one hell of a cover! (Also, how good does that backyard look right now?)

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