Cody Simpson’s unexpected facelift has the internet going wild

Singer and swimmer Cody Simpson has given his followers another look into the mundane details of his life – including doing his laundry.

The 25-year-old posted a hilarious video in the hallway of his building while waiting for the elevator, singing a version of Elvis and adapting the lyrics.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Cody Simpson plays Heartbreak Hotel.

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During the performance of Elvis’ Heartbreak Hotel, he changed the lyrics, including “I’ve been so lonely baby” to “I ain’t going to fold it”.

The former teenage pop star channeled the King of Rock and Roll, mimicking his voice and signature dance moves while holding onto a pack of top hats.

The personal footage appears to have been taken by his girlfriend Emma McKeon, with whom he lives on the Gold Coast, who was heard laughing towards the end of the footage.

Cody Simpson performs his parody of Elvis’ Heartbreak Hotel. Recognition: Instagram

Captioning the video, Simpson said, “Impression of Elvis having to do laundry. I wonder if he ever made his own.”

The lyrics Simpson sang read: “Well since my baby left me I have so much laundry to do, it’s in the laundry room at the end and the piles are so damn high.

“Baby I’ll never fold it, I won’t fold it, I’ll never fold it ’till I die.”

“Well, I have so many piles of laundry, they’re still in the room, and I don’t think I’m going to fold them because it’s too much fold,” he continued, laughing, with the chorus taking a long time.

Cody Simpson smiles at girlfriend Emma McKeon. Recognition: Instagram

“I like to run from my problems, I like to run, I like to run from them ’til they go away,” he sings, before turning to Emma from behind the camera and chuckling.

Emma laughed in response as Cody, still holding the package, beamed at her.

The Australian swimmer’s supporters commented on the hysterical footage.

“Cody Simpson, you’re the best prankster!! Hehe Emma’s laughter lol they’re leaving!!” said one.

Cody Simpson and Emma McKeon in November. Recognition: Sam Tabone/WireImage

“You’re both so adorable!” another gushed.

“The most related song ever made,” said another of the laundry song.

“Elvis is back in the building…doing laundry,” added a fourth.

WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW: Cody Simpson sings the national anthem.

Cody Simpson sings the national anthem before the AFLW grand finale

Cody Simpson sings the national anthem before the AFLW grand finale

“Goose bumps again”

In recent months, fans have fallen in love with Simpson’s voice again after the past few years have seen him mostly focus on his swimming career.

The Dolphins swimmer stunned crowds when he performed Australia’s national anthem for the Melbourne Cup in November.

He repeated the song at the AFLW grand finale, once again wowing viewers.

Cody Simpson performs during the AFLW Grand Final. Recognition: Chris Hyde/Getty Images

“I heard you’ve sung our anthem twice now Cody and I love your performance. It is the best. You sing it with feeling. Proud Aussie,” read one comment.

“Teams loved you singing the national anthem,” one user said of the two teams lined up with smiling players.

“Goosebumps again Cody ❤️,” added another.

A fourth said: “Another cracker. Well done mate… that’s the best thing I’ve heard in a long time.”

Cody Simpson sings the national anthem at Melbourne Cup Day 2022. Recognition: Jonathan DiMaggio/Getty Images for PRC

Simpson’s Transformation

Simpson successfully made the transition from pop star to serious competitive swimmer, most notably at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in August.

Four years prior to attending the games he was a performer and sang I Still Call Australia Home at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

His mother Angie and father Brad both swam for Australia at the 1987 Pan Pacific Games and the 1994 Commonwealth Games respectively.

Cody Simpson first rose to fame in 2009. Recognition: Don Arnold/WireImage
Cody Simpson in action at the Commonwealth Games. Recognition: Steve Christo-Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images

A promising junior swimmer, Simpson won two gold medals at the 2009 Queensland State Championships.

In the same year he published some songs on YouTube and was discovered by an American music manager.

His family moved to Los Angeles in 2010 and Simpson became a global pop star, appearing on Broadway and numerous American television shows.

In 2019, he returned to the pool with dreams of qualifying for the 2024 Olympics.

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