People can call Rebecca Black a lot of things, but the girl is brave.
After being ripped apart for her 2011 music video "Friday," Black has released a follow-up single, aptly titled "Saturday."
Suddenly, we really, really wish it was "Friday." No, we're not suffering from a serious case of the Mondays — OK, maybe a little. It's because there's a new song on the Interwebs that makes Rebecca Black's hit song look, and sound like, Grammy gold.
"Chinese Food" is about — you guessed it! — egg rolls, chop suey, ch-ch-ch-chow mein and...
She sings. She dances. She makes music videos. Suburgatory's Dalia Royce may be Chatswin High's resident mean girl, but it's kind of hard to hate her.
Whether she's challenging her neighbor Tessa (Jane Levy) to a dance-off or burning up YouTube with her Rebecca Black-like single, "You Missed a Spot," Carly Chaikin's Dalia has quickly become a fan-favorite character on the ABC family comedy. Case in point: On last week's episode, Dalia delivered a completely off-key and slightly off-lyric rendition of "Send in the Clowns" at Marty's funeral. "I had an earpiece in...
Robert Pattinson, Jimmy Fallon
Ever wonder what would happen if Breaking Dawn Part 2, the final chapter in the Twilight saga, were recast with dogs? Or how to get a gigantic St. Bernard down from an attic when he's too frightened to step on a ladder? Our favorite online videos this week include answers to those questions, as well as kittens watching tennis, Long Island residents using "Gangnam Style" to lament the fact that they're still without power after Hurricane Sandy, and a brilliantly-edited version of President Obama covering "U Can't Touch This."
Which of the clips below is your favorite? And which awesome videos did we miss this week?
Move over, Rebecca Black: There's new young singing sensation trying to make her mark with a, ahem, catchy tune.
Spunky tween Nicole Westbrook has released the tune "It's Thanksgiving," in which she croons about how excited she is about the fall feasting holiday. No surprise here -- it's produced by Patrice Wilson, who also wrote Black's insidiously catchy viral hit "Friday."
First Listen: Rebecca Black sticks it to critics in "my moment"
Even the lyrics are...
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For both Charlie Sheen and Twitter, 2011 was the year of the tiger (blood).
Both Sheen and the stuff he says runs through his veins made Twitter's list of hot topics for 2011. Sheen, who had a busy year after being fired from Two and a Half Men, is listed as the No. 1 most talked about actor, followed by...
Rebecca Black has come a long way since "Friday."
The 14-year-old singer, whose much-mocked "Friday" is the most-watched YouTube clip of all time with more than 167 million views, has released a new single called "My Moment."
The "success" of her first song inspired a number of covers (notably by Glee and Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon) and countless parodies. She also appeared in Katy Perry's new video. However, the video for "Friday" was pulled off YouTube in June, leaving us "Friday"-less.
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Now, Black is back and sticking it to the naysayers in her new single by boasting that this is her moment: Weren't you the one who said that I would be nothing / Well I'm about to prove you wrong.
To be fair, the lyrics...
Rebecca Black is back with another single.
The 14-year-old singer, whose much-mocked "Friday" is the most-watched YouTube clip of all time with 167 million views, will debut her newest song "My Moment" on July 18. The single will debut on Black's YouTube channel as well as her website, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Katy Perry pays homage to Rebecca Black, includes her in video
Even though it's Friday, we can't even celebrate properly by watching Rebecca Black's "Friday" video online.
Black's lawyers had the video pulled from YouTube, claiming Ark Music Records, the studio Black used to record her song, is trying to...
Comedy Central is infecting its airwaves with viral videos for another season.
The cable network has renewed its web-centric show Tosh.0 for a 26-episode fourth season to debut in January 2012, it was announced Tuesday. Tosh.0 is Comedy Central's most-watched and highest-rated series, averaging 4.2 million viewers in its current third season. In its 10/9c Tuesday-night time slot, it's also tops among Men 18-34 and 18-24.