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Rebecca Black rewatches 'Friday' music video: The best of her cringing reactions
Black might never have made a single that caught the public awareness quite as much as "Friday" did, but she'll still busy making her name as a YouTube personality.
Even Rebecca Black can't stand her own song
THIS is possibly the best thing on the Internet right now. No joke. Take a musical walk down 2013's memory lane with 68 of the year's best songs in one five minute mash-up.
A Grown Up Rebecca Black Watches And Critiques "Friday" Music Video
It's been two and half years since Rebecca Black's epic video "Friday" went viral on YouTube, and now the singer is critiquing her own work for the first time.
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$179 Kindle Fire HDX Amazon Cyber Monday Deal Ends in 1 Hour
The Amazon Cyber Monday 2013 sale has been released. Amazon.com launched the Amazon Cyber Monday Deals Week 2013 Sale with new deals as often as every ten minutes.
Rebecca Black Forces Herself to Watch Rebecca Black's "Friday"
It's been nearly three years since Rebecca Black first unleashed "Friday" on a thoroughly unprepared planet, but it feels like only yesterday that we collectively cringed with the power of a thousand suns.
In the Judd Apatow film "This Is 40," there's a scene in which actress Leslie Mann realizes that she's just too young at heart to age any further.
Rebecca Black talks life after Friday
There have been many stars over the years who have had a huge global hit, yet failed to build on that success, forever being remembered as a one hit wonder.
WEIRD: The bizarre video sees the song's creator and producer Patrice Wilson peer in on Alison Gold's bedroom [PMWLive] Her follow-up single "cleverly" titled ABCDEFG is the brain child of Patrice Wilson, the man behind her first hit and Rebecca Black's Friday.
Northwest Asian Weekly
Behind the scenes - The good, the bad, and the ugly in Asian pop culture
One of the biggest YouTube viral hits this past month was the profoundly offensive and ridiculous music video for "Chinese Food," a pop song crooned by unknown teenager Alison Gold.
South China Morning Post
Having 'the worst song of all time' is great news for 12-year-old Alison Gold
Critics have dubbed Alison Gold's pop debut Chinese Food the "worst song of all time", but the 12-year-old American isn't upset - it's what she intended.