Just a cool Korean Chihuahua winking at you while it gets a relaxing head massage. This chill-ass dog is a near-perfect metaphor for the Friday before a long weekend.
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.
"Adorable!" (Also potentially terrifying, but that is a matter of taste.) Happy Friday.
Remember the awkward girl in pink who made a memorable appearance dancing next to Rebecca Black in her "Friday" music video? Well, her name is Benni Cinkle, she's a real life friend of Rebecca, and yesterday she released a music video for her debut single, "Can You See Me Now." Here it is in all its auto-tuned, melodramatic, teens-in-crisis glory. [via ONTD]
Obviously, this is not the real Rebekah Brooks singing her inner monologue to the tune of Rebecca Black's "Friday." If real Rebekah Brooks were to sing her inner monologue, it would be a string of British curse words set to the Wicked Witch of the West's theme song in the Wizard of Oz. Until the internet gets around to that, here is a much cuter version of "Rebekah Brooks" singing about "Phone hacking, phone hacking, hey! Sun, Sun, Sun, Sun." [AdWeek]
Here it is, Rebecca Black's new single: "This Is My Moment." That she released it on a Monday says a lot about how ready she is to move past "Friday." Good luck with that!
On tonight's Extra, Rebecca Black talked to Mario Lopez about the death threats that have been made against her because of her annoyingly popular song, "Friday." Black said she just was surprised that some people were taking it so seriously: "Yeah, um, I think that's kind of weird. Like, why would you, it's a song! Like, it's not like I ran for President and then I said something really bad."
Here's an antidote to that sad, helpless feeling you get every time you hear Rebecca Black's unkillable ode to hebdomadal cycles, "Friday." In it, a group of brave, young test subjects submit to a screening of the infamous video that turned Black into our generation's biggest anti-star, then answer questions on what they've just seen. The results are reassuring, to say the least. Even the one little girl who actually liked it compares it to "a dessert with a pig on top." We might be leaving the planet in good hands, folks! [The Fine Bros]
Rebecca Black's "Friday" is so terrible that… her mom and the production company that made the song and video are fighting over it. A "Friday" legal battle is brewing, and it's not about who should be sent to Music Prison over the song.