Fountains Of Wayne Spoof 'American Idol,' Jay-Z For New Clip

Jersey power-popsters also pay homage to Duran Duran, Wall of Voodoo in 'Mexican Wine' video.

After having been spoofed on "Saturday Night Live" and every late-night

talk show, "American Idol" will get another comedy licking courtesy of

Fountains of Wayne, who mock a televised talent show in their new video for "Mexican Wine."

The power-popsters' video for the second single off Welcome Interstate Managers opens with the pseudo show's host announcing last week's returning champions, Katie and Linda Lipschitz of Piscataway, New Jersey. Asked what song they'll perform, the

10-year-old identical twins shout, " 'Mexican Wine' by Fountains of

Wayne!" and break into song.

Although Katie's on harpsichord and Linda's playing guitar and

"singing," it's Fountains singer Chris Collingwood's voice we hear.

"American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest had agreed to participate in the

video, which was shot in Los Angeles in December, but scheduling

conflicts prohibited his appearance, according to the band's

spokesperson. Chris Applebaum (Britney Spears, Kid Rock), who also

directed FoW's "Stacy's Mom" video, helmed the satire.

The scene shifts to the deck of a "Big Pimpin' " yacht for the song's

second verse, where Collingwood, bassist Adam Schlesinger, guitarist

Jody Porter and drummer Brian Young are performing for a fabulous crowd

amid a line of dancers. The bandmembers also mingle with the crowd

until a pillow fight between nubile young ladies breaks out.

The set then changes to a mock-up of Duran Duran's "Rio" video,

complete with a scuba-diving swimsuit model sipping a glass of Mexican

wine underwater.

The final scene returns to the talent show's soundstage, where little

Linda Lipschitz stands behind a makeshift kitchen counter. Her sister

is absent until Linda removes the lid from a big, simmering pot. There

she finds Katie's head, framed by black beans — à la Wall of

Voodoo's "Mexican Radio" video — and singing the remainder of the

song as the judges rejoice.

"Mexican Wine" is expected to surface at radio beginning January 20,

with the video airing at the end of the month.