Ariana Grande performs onstage at iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party

Ariana Grande performs onstage at iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party Presented By VISIT FLORIDA At Fontainebleau's BleauLive at Fontainebleau Miami Beach on June 27, 2014 in Miami Beach, Florida.

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Move over, “Weird Al.” Ariana Grande's hit song “Problem” has gotten the parody treatment from the funny folks at entertainment production company The Battery Company.

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The latest spoof from Jake Wilson, the creator of the musical web series "The Battery's Down,” is a hilarious pro-sunscreen public service announcement featuring actress Rumer Willis (the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore), who's surrounded by a host of half-naked men — all set to the bouncy music of “Problem.” Check out the comical video below.

“Obviously I want my videos to be funny, but if I’m going to put my time and effort into something, I like to make it have a message as well,” Wilson told MTV.com, noting that “Problem” is one of his favorite songs.

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“One of my best friends Nina had minor skin cancer in college from sunburn and ever since then, my friends and I have been super cautious in the sun. So, I thought what better way to get that message across than by having hot, sweaty guys dancing? Obviously.”

Grande appeared in an episode of “The Battery's Down” several years ago. “I’ve yet to reach out directly as I know she is with family this week,” he told MTV.com, referencing the recent death of Grande’s grandfather. “I would hope she thinks the video is as rich as I do, which I think she will. She gets it.”

Check out the real music video for "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) below.