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WATCH: Stars spoof Koch Brothers in new climate change music video

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A slew of Hollywood stars — including January Jones, Estelle, Atlas Genius and Darren Criss — have joined forces with the Funny or Die production team and a liberal climate advocacy group to produce a new music video mocking the Koch Brothers and prominent Republican politicians.

In a spoof on the 1985 collaboration “We Are The World,” the celebrities have recorded the song “The Earth’s Not Getting Warmer” as part of‘s ongoing effort to counter the conservative movement in the United States and promote aggressive cuts in carbon emissions., previously known as Forecast the Facts, was originally formed to target meteorologists who questioned the link between human activities and global warming.

“Climate Change Deniers’ Anthem” starring January Jones, Jennette McCurdy, Darren Criss, and many more… from Beau Bridges

In the video, David and Charles Koch, both played by Beau Bridges, explain that they’ve assembled a team of conservative pop stars to explain the truth when it comes to global warming.

“You might know us as a couple of chill guys who own the Republican Party,” says the faux Charles Koch.

“But what you may not know is that there’s a major problem plaguing our society,” David Koch chimes in. “Idiots who claim that climate change is real. Folks, climate change is pure fiction.”

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More than a dozen stars, joined by The Silver Lake Chorus of Los Angeles, proceed to trill a cheery tune about why there’s no need to worry about climatic changes.

“Long ago droughts were super common,” sings Emily Osment, who is then joined by Darren Criss in a duet. “Earthquakes happened often, and it rained a ton.”

Later, Estelle mocks the idea that federal scientists have documented sea-level rise.

“NASA’s wrong, the oceans aren’t rising,” she belts out. “Alarmists are revising history.”

Members of the chorus take aim at Republican presidential candidates including Sens. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and Ted Cruz (Tex.), as well as former Florida governor Jeb Bush. “Don’t fret! The earth’s not getting warmer,” they sing. “These temperatures are normal — Bush and Cruz agree.”

Both the Koch Brothers nor the Republican National Committee declined to comment on the video.

And while actress January Jones gets top billing on the video, she only comes in at the very end as part of an exchange with Bridges.

“What do you [expletive]-heads want?” she asks as she answers her cellphone, standing by a swimming pool in the sunshine.

“So I’m guessing you won’t want to sing on our climate denial song,” David Koch comments.

“It’s 90 degrees out in December, and you want me to deny climate change? This has to be a prank,” Jones retorts, hanging up the phone before muttering, “Frickin’ Clooney.”