By now, you've likely used or have seen friends and family use Face Swap Live on their phones. It's a fun little app for iOS (and soon to be Android) that harnesses current tech to—you guessed it—swap faces.
Maybe you've seen the dad creepily swap faces with his kid video that went viral, which just makes the whole man-baby phenomena even creepier. In any regard, face-swapping is fun, easy, and pretty hilarious.
But then you have Rhett LeCompte, who takes face swapping to a whole other level with his rendition of 1985's "We Are the World" from supergroup USA for Africa. No need to set this up (aside for the vertical video warning)... just watch:
You've got the originals, like Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Billy Joel, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper, etc.—but he also throws in Bruno Mars, Snoop Dogg, Katy Perry, Juicy J, and a few other modern artists.
It's creepy, it's funny, it's scary, and it's just plain weird.