We break down the most cringe-worthy moments in the spiritual successor to Rebecca Black’s “Friday” so you don’t have to
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A campaign ad from the GOP presidential candidate has racked up more YouTube “dislike” votes than Rebecca Black’s “Friday.”
Their parody is just as earworm-worthy as the original.
Thursday’s links, oddly enough, discuss Fridays.
Proving she does indeed understand production values, Black follows up the gloriously bad “Friday” with “My Moment.” But her newest attempt won’t be swallowed any better than her original.
Friday may be over, but Rebecca Black can only hope every day brings her the same success.
It’s sure to be a dismal day for anyone hoping to get down on Friday. Rebecca Black’s ode to today is no longer on YouTube.