Talented performance artist Jimmy Slonina created a hilarious video where he lip-syncs both the lead and backup vocals from the 1971 crossover hit song “When You’re Hot, You’re Hot” by country legend Jerry Reed. Slonina leaned really hard into the irony of this song with his choice of clothing, Slonina learned of the song through RJ Owens, and the dance itself was inspired partially by Nick Offerman.
The great Jerry Reed tells it like it is. The great RJ Owens made me hip to the tune. The great Nick Offerman inspired some of the dance choreography. Too small shirt by the great Daredevil Chicken Club. Grateful to have great greats in my life!