Rebecca Black Is Back

Posted: Dec 3 2013, 1:25am CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

 
Rebecca Black is Back
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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. Via Gawker.

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