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This Punk Rock Cover Of Rebecca Black’s “Saturday” Is Better Than The Original

Move Over, Rebecca!

A few weeks ago, I wished aloud for a sequel to Rebecca Black’s “Friday.” Apparently, the universe heard me loud and clear. Rebecca delivered with a sequel called, yes,”Saturday.” (Does this mean everything I ask for on the internet will now come true? In that case, I’d like the next winning lottery numbers please.) Now, a pop punk cover of “Saturday” performed by Patty Walters has surfaced on YouTube  and it’s even more fun than the original. Enjoy! Let’s cross our fingers for “Sunday” to be recorded in another two years.[YouTube]

Rebecca Black Has A New Song Called, Yes, “Saturday”

Rebecca Black Has A New Song Called, Yes, "Saturday"
"Yesterday was Friday, and today is Saturday!"

And you thought she would be a one-crappy-hit wonder … wronnnnnnng! Rebecca Black, the singer behind the Internet sensation “Friday,” is back with a followup called, naturally, “Saturday.” So what makes “Saturday” different from “Friday”? Well, Rebecca is two years older, for one, which means she’s way more mature and got way more freedom. There’s frolicking on a beach and a party where everyone gets doused with a hose and lots and lots and lots of boys. Now, musically speaking, “Saturday” is easier on the ears than “Friday” — it still pretty much sucks, but it doesn’t suck super duper hard. Anyway, I wonder if Rebecca will continue her music career by releasing “Sunday” next. Mellowest day of the week … maybe that one will be a ballad.

Rebecca Black Revisits “Friday” And It’s Still As Embarrassing As You Remember

Which Seat Can I Take?

Rebecca Black, the world’s favorite internet celebrity, has a special holiday gift for you. She’s filmed herself watching her famous “Friday” music video and her commentary is no holds barred. Surely we can all remember that video, which made her something of a household name and posed us with life-altering questions like “which seat can I take?” as she cruised around singing in a convertible. Rebecca’s ability to laugh at herself and two and a half years (and 61 million YouTube views) later is pretty admirable. I’m rooting for a “Friday” sequel. “Saturday,” anyone? [Gawker]

Rebecca Black Covers “We Can’t Stop” By Miley Cyrus And, Crap, It Ain’t Bad

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Rebecca Black Covers "We Can't Stop" By Miley Cyrus And, Crap, It Ain't Bad
I Can't Stop Obsessing About This Song

My ongoing obsession with Miley Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop” really doesn’t stop! The single, which celebrates twentysomething debauchery, has now been covered by Miss “Friday” herself, Rebecca Black. I somehow managed to evade hearing that curse of a song all the way through, despite the mania surrounding it, so maybe that’s why I was able to listen to her version of Miley’s song without a chip on my shoulder — because I like it. Like, it’s not bad at all. I’m not saying I want Rebecca Black to become a thing again, just giving credit where credit is due to mediocre YouTube wannabe pop stars. Also, who’s that dude with her? No idea.

Watch This Right Now: The Tween Pop Thanksgiving Song No One Has Been Waiting For

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If you loved Rebecca Black’s “Friday” but felt like it was missing a mashed potato-themed rap and a turkey leg microphone, well, here you go. Also, once you’re done watching it, could you tell us why a grown man in a sparkly turkey costume is eating Thanksgiving dinner with a group of confused 9-year-olds? [YouTube via Buzzfeed]

10 Untimely Pop Culture Halloween Costumes

I only recently discovered the amazing phenomenon that is “Friday Night Lights,” and more specifically, the glorious perfection that is Connie Briton as Tami Taylor. I told Amelia I wanted to be Tami Taylor for Halloween and hopefully win some kind of costume party prize for Least Timely Pop Culture Reference, but then Amelia threatened to dress up as Amelie and steal my crown. Bitch. Anyway, just in case you’re looking for a costume idea that’s neither current (like these internet obsessions) or cheekily retro, but instead falls awkwardly into the pop culture gulch of the past few years, well, click through for some delightfully outdated ideas…

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Rebecca Black’s “Friday” Get The Black Friday Treatment

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Well, I suppose we should have known this was coming, as much as we may have wished that Rebecca Black’s horrible “Friday” was but a bitter, distant memory. The song, which became a sensation this summer for hell only knows what reason, is not being used by Kohl’s to advertise their Black Friday sale, the day after Thanksgiving. I shudder to think of how many extra dollars Rebecca Black suddenly has to spend as a result of this deal. 

Now Rebecca Black’s “Friday” Friend Has A Song, Too


Sorry to do this–sorry to bring up Rebecca Black just when she was becoming all but a faded fart particle of a memory to most of us. But! It seems her friend — the curly-haired backseat friend from her beguiling “Friday” video — has launched a music career of her own. And the kids today! Always with the singing about the teen pregnancy! And gay bullying! Benni Cinkle’s gloriously airbrushed “Can You See Me Now?” video manages to tackle both subjects with mid-’90s dance routine aplomb and only a fraction of the autotune her fellow tweenspiration used. So what do you think? Who comes out the bigger, better teen singsation? [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

Rebecca Black Takes Her Moment


Rebecca Black has attempted to make Monday the new Friday. Yesterday evening, she released the video for her new single, “My Moment.” It’s gloriously cheesy, showing Rebecca clapping strangely in front of a sound board, singing dreamily while getting her makeup done and attempting a dance sequence, a very risky move. I don’t quite get the lyric, “This is my moment, my moment/ It’s my time, flying high, lime, mine.” I’m guessing she means the limelight and not the citrus fruit? What do you think—does this song compare to “Friday”?
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“Ravenclaws”: A Harry Potter “Friday” Parody

Rebecca Black‘s “Friday” parodies — there are many. But this Harry Potter one, called “Ravenclaws,” is delightfully fresh feeling. YouTube user Ginnyisaprincess put together this clip in a mere 11 hours. Someone’s got mad video-editing skillz, yo. [YouTube via The Mary Sue] Keep reading »

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