Lorde parodies hit net

Last updated 18:51 31/01/2014
FAIRFAX MEDIA

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Lorde should really be feeling the love right about now after the inevitable onslaught of Royals parodies on the web.

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Kiwi singer Lorde has taken the musical scene by storm, winning two Grammys and being feted at home and overseas.

But that doesn't mean she's immune to people having some fun at her expense.

So, if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then she should really be feeling the love right about now after the inevitable onslaught of parodies of her award-winning song Royals on the web.

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