Hopkins native creates new Lorde parody '(Soccer) Team' - KMSP-TV

Hopkins native creates new Lorde parody '(Soccer) Team'

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A Hopkins, Minn. native is well on her way to becoming a comedian after her parody video of Lorde's "Royals" was a YouTube sensation, and now she's back with her next spoof, "(Soccer) Team." Her striking resemblance to the musician is reason enough for a sequel.

Molly Dworsky attended Hopkins High School and as a "Royal" in her own right (it's also the Hopkins mascot), her first spinoff of 17-year-old Lorde's Billboard hit accurately depicts the tender woes adulthood compared to the simplicity of high school life. With "Team," she depicts the trials and tribulations of being a member of a youth soccer team.

(Soccer) Team: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIeHPYRsbAg 

Royals: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoGa9JXfA7I

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