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article imageVideo: Jimmy Fallon parody of Tim Tebow as David Bowie goes viral

Late-night host Jimmy Fallon took his turn at poking fun at the Denver Broncos' Tim Tebow with a mash-up of the quarterback, who credits God for all his success, and rocker David Bowie singing "Space Oddity."
Fallon, who is dressed as David Bowie complete with sparkling platform boots, wild makeup and spiked hair, mocks a conversation between Jesus and Tebow that's reminiscent of Major Tom's communication with Ground Control in the hit song by Bowie.
Fallon, as Tebowie, sings in his warped version of "Space Oddity", "Tim Tebow to Jesus Christ...can't win by myself, but with your help I might. Tim Tebow to Jesus Christ, commencing fourth-down hut, hut, hike. Snap the football and may God's love be with me."
Tebowie responds to the devout Christian football player, "This is Jesus Christ to Tim Tebow...please leave me alone...don't you know my day of rest is Sunday...and I'm sick of watching all these Broncos games. I hear that you play New England next week. Dude you're on your own. Brady is too good and I have better things to do."
The clip by Fallon was posted on YouTube where it has went viral receiving nearly a million views, thousands of 'likes,' and hundreds of comments, some questioning if Tebow was receiving help from a higher power on the gridiron.
In a recent poll by Poll Position, 43% of Americans believe divine intervention is at least partly responsible for the success of Tebow and the Bronco's.
The Denver Broncos will play the New England Patriots Saturday in an AFC Divisional playoff game.
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