Remember when Chicago got the Hollywood remake and everyone fell for the murderesses recounting their most shocking exploits in the musical's "Cell Block Tango?" Todrick Hall has helmed a modern parody of it, "Cell Black Django," and it frames your favorite pop dames as Chicago's cell block sextet in a totally tongue-in-cheek way.
If we didn't know any better, we'd think the woman holding her dress together a la VMAs wardrobe malfunction was the real Nicki Minaj, she's that good at nailing her facial expressions. Rihanna's Barbadian accent? Perfect. Beyoncé's #flawless hairflip? Present and accounted for. And don't even get us started on the Mariah Carey/Ariana Grande comparisons played out in this cell block riff. It's cheeky without getting too mean about the characters involved.
No pop scandal is safe in the lyrics, either: Rihanna's relationship with Chris Brown, the Elevator Fight and the similarities between Mariah Carey and Ariana Grande all serve for the parody's inspiration. (Todrick makes a cameo in his own production, too, taking on infamous viral star Sharkeisha, known for her right hook to a friend's head.)
Honestly, we're impressed that Todrick was able to cover that much ground in a musical theater parody. Watch the viral clip above.