She found her way into the ears and hearts of millions around the world with her surprise viral hit ‘Friday,’ and now Rebecca Black is mingling with music’s best at the Grammy Awards. She was spotted on the red carpet in a black dress and sporting red shoes, but the question on most of our minds is, “Why is she there?”
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
Rebecca Black, as you’ll recall, is the auto-tuned teenager who endured months of criticism and parody when her amateur pop single ‘Friday‘ and its accompanying video went viral, racking up 167 million views on YouTube and countless parodies.
To make sure she strikes while the fleeting iron of fame is hot, the beleaguered 14-year-old is back with a much-anticipated follow-up. It’s called ‘My Momen
We knew that some people weren’t fans of Internet sensation Rebecca Black, but we didn’t know it was this bad.
Reuters is reporting that two separate death threats, one by phone and one by e-mail, were made against the 13-year-old singer in March, all stemming from the viral music video for her “hit” single, ‘Friday.’
Anaheim Police spokesman Rick Martinez said the threats were related to “getting