Top 5 Music Moments From 'Zoolander'

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Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson as Derek Zoolander and Hansel walk the runway during the Valentino show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2015/2016 on March 10, 2015 in Paris, France.  

'Zoolander 2' can't come soon enough.

Since the days of watching the cult-favorite, Zoolander back in 2001, we've been itching for the sequel. Whatever happened to the Prime Minister of Micronesia? Was Mugatu really evil, or just misunderstood? And how's the "Zoolander Center For Kids Who Can't Read Good (And Can't Do Other Things Good Too)" going? The answers are coming soon, as Zoolander 2 set its release date for February of 2016. In honor of the news, we have compiled a list of the original Zoolander's top five music moments.

5. Nothing gets us going like an Orange Mocha Frappuccino and rocking out to the Wham! 1984 hit "Wake Me Up Before You Go Go" (puffer vest included).

4. Poor Derek. If only he knew the spa wasn't a day ("d.a.y.e") spa...hit it, Frankie! ("Relax" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood)

3. Just...why. ("Love To Love You Baby", No Doubt)

2. Hansel may be so hot right now, but did you know the funeral spin-master is actually "Uptown Funk" DJ, Mark Ronson?? Mind. Blown.

1. And finally, David Bowie officiates the infamous walk off to Michael Jackson's "Beat It."


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