Every year, the folks over at JibJab give us an animated year in review, and they’ve done it again for 2011.
You’ll find a lot of 2011′s top newsmakers and stories in the clip below, including (deep breath) Charlie Sheen, Herman Cain, Lindsey Lohan, Dr. Conrad Murray, Arnold’s Schwarzenegger’s love child, unemployment, Anthony Weiner, Rupert Murdoch, the Japan earthquake and non-gay Bert and Ernie
Whether you loved it or hated it, chances are you viewed Rebecca Black‘s ‘Friday’ video at some point during the past year. Probably several times. The infamous clip was the most watched YouTube video in the world in 2011, the video site recently revealed.
In what may be the perfect summation of the crazy year that was, Rebecca Black, the internet sensation who sang the notorious song ‘Friday,’ was the top Google search term for 2011. Granted, Google doesn’t take into account searches that were made ironically and/or while inebriated.
Rebecca Black‘s ‘Friday’ was one of the biggest viral videos of 2011, and just when you though the song was dead, buried and gone from our collective consciousness, it’s getting a shot in the arm and dragged back to the forefront of pop culture in time for the holidays.
As reported by The FW, the song has been reworked for a Kohl’s Black Friday ad, with a zealous shopper (who has a little crazy in
OK, this was pretty inevitable: Kohl’s is featuring Rebecca Black‘s awful but awfully catchy viral video smash ‘Friday’ in an advertisement for their upcoming Black Friday sale.
On Wednesday night’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ results show, viral video sensation Rebecca Black performed a mashup of her infamous hit song ‘Friday’ and second single ‘My Moment.’
It looks like the party is still going: According to Gawker, Rebecca Black’s infamous ‘Friday’ video is back on YouTube after it was unceremoniously pulled on Thursday.
The video was initially taken down from YouTube due to a legal dispute with Black’s label, Ark Music. According to TMZ, Black’s team alleged that Ark had wrongfully exploited her image and her song “because Ark does not own the rig