Rebecca Black infamous for the Youtube hit music video Friday managed to get quite some social media attention over the Black Friday weekend. How did she do it? She filmed herself watching her 2011 music video.
Rebecca Black rose to internet fame back in 2011 with her song Friday. The reason for the hype was the rather bad singing and she had to endure a lot of criticism and bad jokes. Because of her last name her song also got weirdly attached to Black Friday. To mark the occasion Rebecca Black filmed herself watching Friday. Her reactions are awkward at times, but she manages to sit through it. Can you? She still is singing apparently.
Watch Rebecca Black watching Friday and watch the original Friday song if you are really, really bored. Apparently over 500,000 people have been very bored over the weekend. This is the view count on the "Rebecca Black Reacts to "Friday." By the way the 2011 Friday video has over 60 million views. ViaGawker
Move over, Rebecca Black.
Move way, way, way, way over.
An aspiring young artist named Rosa G has released a Fourth of July anthem appropriately titled "Fourth of July," coming out with the atrocious track just in time for this year's holiday.
The song features Rosa telling folks that they’re gonna need an “ice cold drink” because it’s hot outside and that she’s looking “real mean” while rocking some “SPF 15.”
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Jul 3 2014, 10:05am CDT
We hate to admit it but, some days we just need a like Rebecca Black in our life. Granted, those days are mostly Fridays, but we feel her exceptional lyrical prowess is the only thing that can truly convey our enthusiasm when we make it to the end of the week. Many a time, you may catch us regretfully singing, “It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday.” But you won’t find us staying in ... Source: Charleston City Paper
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Jun 20 2014, 3:00am CDT
As Rebecca Black so annoying put it once: it's Friday... Friday. But instead of kicking at the backseat, it's time for another edition of our psychologically refined Weekend Movie Quiz in which we expose your darkest, subconscious weekend movie cravings. In other words: we tell you which of this week's releases you should watch. The quiz is still very much a work in progress so you have to count your answers yourself. ... Source: movie pilot
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Jun 6 2014, 12:11pm CDT
His time in the spotlight may have been short, but Antoine Dodson left a lasting impression on the world (or at least the part of the world that enjoys bizarre YouTube clips) when he encouraged viewers to "hide ya kids, hide ya wife" in one of the most memorable viral videos of all time.
Recently, Dodson announced via Twitter that he and his wife have welcomed their first son, a fact that may sur ... Source: The Hollywood Gossip
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May 30 2014, 1:07pm CDT
Summer is about to kick off, and there’s no better way to do it than with a rollicking song and video for a fresh summer jam. ”Hooray For Ames” isn’t just a catchy tune and a pretty sweet video; it also highlights a great destination for anyone interested in clean water and people being from Brooklyn. ”Hooray For Ames” is the fantastic result of merging Parks ... Source: The A.V. Club
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May 23 2014, 4:17pm CDT
It’s been more than three months since Rebecca Black’s “Friday” appeared on YouTube, which means that it’s now totally passé. By August it will be revived on some nostalgia kick, and come fall...
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Jun 17 2011, 11:09am CDT
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