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Kristin Chenoweth sings warning to Anthony Weiner: Stop acting like a 'whore' 

July 31, 2013 at 10:55 AM ET

If New York City mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner feels like he could use a little PR help following the sexting antics of his alter ego, Carlos Danger, then he's in luck. Kristin Chenoweth has a plan to improve his popularity.

The Broadway star took to the "Tonight Show" stage Tuesday night and delivered a bit of wisdom to Weiner, in the form a parody of her "Wicked" hit, "Popular."

“I’ll teach you zip your fly, you won’t be that guy with a camera down his pants," she sang. "I’ll teach you what tweets to tweet, something clean and sweet. We’ll make sure you’ll get your chance to be popular, the right kind of popular. They’ll think you’ve become a monk, though they’ve seen your junk. Now you’ll play a different show."

From there Chenoweth launched into her social makeover plan, since Weiner has "an awfully long way to go."

"There'll be no more sexy texts, with your biceps flexed," she added. "Your roaming eye will roam no more. You want to be the mayor? Stop acting like a big ol' whore!"

But if Weiner really wants to be the mayor, he's going to have to appeal to voters other than Chenoweth. Before she belted out her message to the man, she assured host Jay Leno that there's no way she could really support him.

While she's fascinated by the politician's drama, she's also "disappointed in that situation."

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