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'Got Talent' Mr Zip 'Where's My Keys' gets 'Star Wars' video parody

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Zipparah Tafari

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Britain's Got Talent singer Mr Zip has become an online hit and has already earned his own parody videos on YouTube.

Mr Zip, real name Zippa Tafari, was the most popular act on last weekend's Got Talent auditions show thanks to his catchy 'Where's My Keys, Where's My Phone' rap track, which won him four yes votes from Simon Cowell and the judges.

The video of his audition has already picked up over 1.3 million views on YouTube and now has a number of parodies online, including a Star Wars clip with the rapper's track dubbed over the top.

Harrison Ford's character Han Solo is made to look like he's singing the ditty during the famous scene where the sci-fi movie's heroes are trapped in a garbage compactor.

Watch the 'Where's My Keys, Where's My Phone' Star Wars parody:



Tafari, who is a plasterer in Moss Side, Manchester, is expected to have a chart hit with the track, which was trending on Twitter over the weekend.

He has also released a video tutorial on YouTube of his 'Where's My Keys, Where's My Phone' dance routine so that fans can copy his style.

Britain's Got Talent airs on Saturdays at 8pm on ITV1.

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Watch Mr Zip's original Britain's Got Talent audition below:

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