TULSA - The weirdest man in showbiz visited KJRH Tuesday.
Weird Al Yankovic, the s inger-songwriter, satirist, actor and author, spoke with 2NEWS anchors Deana Silk and Max Resnik about his visit to Tulsa and his latest project.
Weird Al is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the filming of his cult classic film, "UHF," which was shot partially in Tulsa.
He's attending a sold-out screening of the film at 7 p.m. at the Circle Cinema.
A book signing is scheduled at 4 p.m. for Weird Al's new children's book, "My New Teacher and Me!" It's a sequel to his New York Times #4 best seller, "When I Grow Up."
On Oct. 19, the parodist closes out his "Alpocalypse" tour at the Brady Theater.
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