FIFTH HARMONY “WORK FROM HOME” PARODY- ANNA JOHNSON

FIFTH HARMONY “WORK FROM HOME” PARODY- ANNA JOHNSON

Anna Johnson parodies FIFTH HARMONY “Work From Home” in a comedy music video. The fifth in a series of Comedy Music Video Parodies, this is my version of Fifth Harmony Work From Home. I’ve decided to take up staying at home and working in my onesie.

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Get The original song here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/work-from-home-feat.-ty-dolla/id1087503853?i=1087503856
See the original video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GL9JoH4Sws

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Written and Produced by Anna Johnson
Directed by Anthony Ilot
Filmed by Chris Rooney
Edited by Chris Rooney

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all important things to consider. It’s more important, however, to
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Sure, you’ll have a great advantage but should not just assume that
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