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  • Yatta
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  • Yatta is a minor character from The Emperor's New School.
  • "Yatta!" is a 2001 parody song by a fictional Japanese band called Green Leaves(はっぱ隊Happa-tai). The song title, "Yatta", is the past tense of the Japanese verb yaru ("to do") and is also the familiar short form of yarimashita, an exclamation meaning "It's done!", "I did it!", "Ready!" or "All right!" The song was first performed as a sketch on the Japanese sketch comedy show Adventures of a Laughing Dog(笑う犬の冒険Warau Inu no Bōken), known as "Silly Go Lucky" in the United States, where Happa-tai, a sendup of a stereotypical boy band, is portrayed by some of Japan's most well-known comedians.
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  • YATTA
  • Yatta, Hebron
Name
  • Yatta
  • Yatta!
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Shows
  • The Emperor's New School
Certification
  • Million
Use
  • the anime programming tool
  • the town in the Palestinian territories
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Home
  • Incas
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  • yattacd.jpg
Occupation
  • Student of Kuzco Academy
  • Waitress at Mudka's Meat Hut.
This
  • the pop song
Released
  • 2001-04-04
Friends
Artist
  • Green Leaves
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  • "Yatta!" is a 2001 parody song by a fictional Japanese band called Green Leaves(はっぱ隊Happa-tai). The song title, "Yatta", is the past tense of the Japanese verb yaru ("to do") and is also the familiar short form of yarimashita, an exclamation meaning "It's done!", "I did it!", "Ready!" or "All right!" The song was first performed as a sketch on the Japanese sketch comedy show Adventures of a Laughing Dog(笑う犬の冒険Warau Inu no Bōken), known as "Silly Go Lucky" in the United States, where Happa-tai, a sendup of a stereotypical boy band, is portrayed by some of Japan's most well-known comedians. The video features its members singing and dancing exuberantly while wearing only underwear with a large green leaf on the front. The six band members' synchronized dancing and personalized poses for the camera parody the boy band craze. The sketch satirizes many of the stereotypes of Japanese pop culture, including such tropes as a romantic interlude during the song's bridge that takes place on a city street filled with floating sakura blossoms. On April 4, 2001, the "Yatta!" single was released under the Pony Canyon label in Japan, it surprisingly hit #6 in the charts and went triple-platinum in Japan within a number of weeks.. While the song was intended to be humorous, some viewers outside Japan assumed it to be earnest, perhaps due to the obvious work that went into the special effects in the video. The incomprehensibility of such an elaborate video enhanced its popularity among Western audiences who could not understand the Japanese lyrics.[citation needed] This template name redirects to {{[[Template:|]]<i>…</i>}} which may be edited using [[ edit]]. See also 1. * * 2. * Wikipedia:Redirects 3. * Wikipedia:Template messages/Redirect pages This is a redirect from a page that has been moved/renamed. This page was kept as a redirect to avoid breaking links that may have been made, both internally and externally, to the old article title. This template automatically tags any redirect that results from a page move. For more information, see the Category:Redirects from moves linked on the documentation page. The song and video have since been used as a web culture in-joke on many different websites. The actors who performed as Happa-tai were brought to perform "YATTA!" in the United States on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Host Jimmy Kimmel compared himself to Ed Sullivan introducing the Beatles in their first American performance. The band's appearance was referenced again during Kimmel's interview with Masi Oka.
  • Yatta is a minor character from The Emperor's New School.
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