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If you love Halloween, you need to check out this parody of Lizzo’s track “Truth Hurts” that’s inspired by the Sanderson sisters from Hocus Pocus. 

The video stars singers Gina Naomi Baez, Andrea Galeno and Mary Baron as the three witchy siblings who remix the track. 

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The remix features new lyrics like “Why Satan great ‘til he gotta be great?” and more. You can watch it below, but beware, the song will probably be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. 

You can see the original video for “Truth Hurts” by Lizzo below.


The 1993 film stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy and was directed by Kenny Ortega. It centers around a young boy who struggles to fit in at his new school. He ends up awakening a trio of demonic witches from the head, and all hell breaks loose. You can see a scene from Hocus Pocus below. 

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Hot Topic has unveiled a spooky new collection in collaboration with Disney’s classic Halloween film Hocus Pocus. 

The collection is witchy enough for the Sanderson Sisters themselves, including shirts, hoodies, dresses, pants, accessories and more. 

One stand-out item is the “Daughters of Darkness” hoodie that features bell sleeves that read “Hocus” and “Pocus” up each arm. It also features a purple image of the Sanderson sisters’ cottage. There’s also an amazing velvet bell-sleeve dress that literally makes you look like a real-life witch. 

The collection includes a candle enamel pin and the Funko Pop! figure of Winifred Sanderson. You can shop the collection here and see photos of all the items here

Hocus Pocus is also included on the Disney+ list of titles that will be available when the streaming service launches next month. You can see the full list of movies and films here

What do you think of the Hocus Pocus-inspired remix to Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts”? Sound off in the comments down below!

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