Todrick Hall Revives The Sanderson Sisters In Perfect “Hocus Pocus” Parody

The singing star also told GLAAD he wants to be a role model for African-American and LGBT youth.

Todrick Hall, the reigning king of pop culture parodies, has hit another high note with his most recent video—a Hocus Pocus tribute titled Hocus Broke-us.

Hall’s send-up of the Sanderson sisters will have you howling with nostalgia, and put you in the spooky spirit of the season.



These are the kind of videos that Hall and his team work to create each week on his MTV series, Todrick.

The multi-talented star sat down with GLAAD recently to discuss his show’s success, and how he hopes to use it to become a role model.

He said:

“I’ve devoted my life to making sure that I can be a trailblazer for any other African-American kids or any other gay kids or any other kids that just feel weird or uncomfortable and have their own issues and don’t know how to express themselves. I want to be like a beacon for those kids now that they can look up and say, ’Well, Todrick did this even though it was difficult. He got his own TV show.'”

Check out Hall’s full interview with GLAAD below, and catch his show, Todrick, every Monday night at 10:30 on MTV.


h/t: Broadway World, GLAAD 

Adam Salandra is a writer, performer and host in Los Angeles. When he's not covering the latest in pop culture, you can find him playing with his French Bulldog puppy or hovering over the table of food at any social gathering.