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Rebecca Black’s ‘Friday’ Hits 100 Million Views on YouTube

Break out the champagne: The infamous viral video for Rebecca Black's "hit" single 'Friday' has officially passed the 100 million views mark on YouTube, according to Billboard.

The feat happened Wednesday morning, inching the video slightly closer (but not really) to YouTube's all-time view leader, Justin Bieber's 'Baby,' with 515 million views.

It's an especially remarkable feat, considering the amount of bad press the video has garnered since its release in February. In the peak of its popularity, some critics referred to Black as the worst singer of all time.

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Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon Sing Rebecca Black’s ‘Friday’

Who knew that such a bad song could create so much good in the entertainment world?

On Friday night's episode of 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' funnyman Stephen Colbert made a special musical appearance, in which he fittingly performed Rebecca Black's viral Internet song 'Friday' alongside house band The Roots.

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Rebecca Black’s Next Single Will Be Called ‘LOL’

Are you sick of Rebecca Black yet? If the answer to that question is "yes," prepare yourself, because the 13-year-old Internet celebrity isn't going anywhere just yet.

In a new interview with The Sun, Black revealed she is not only working on a follow-up single to 'Friday,' she's also working on an album -- yes, an album.

The new single is called "LOL" (but of course), a "text-message themed anthem" that the Sun says is "every bit as ... catchy" as 'Friday.'

"You think you are bringing me down and making me not want to do this any more. But you're making me stronger and want to do it even more," said Black.

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Barack Obama Sings Rebecca Black’s ‘Friday’ [VIDEO]

Rebecca Black's 15 minutes of fame are almost over, but we still got a kick out of this latest parody video, in which President Barack Obama sing-speaks lyrics from Black's infamously viral single 'Friday.'

Of course, he didn't actually sing it; the video simply pulled together clips of Obama saying words like, you know, "Friday."

Still, the idea that Obama even knows about Rebecca Black is enough to get us watching -- and laughing.

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(Photo Courtesy Of Ark Music Factory)
(Photo Courtesy Of Ark Music Factory)
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‘Friday’ Could Become Major Payday for Rebecca Black

Rebecca Black is apparently turning what some are calling the "worst song ever" into huge profits.

Forbes writer Chris Barth recently took a look at the digital sales and video streams for her now infamous (but admittedly catchy) song 'Friday.' Thus far, the video has over 30 million streams on YouTube, which has apparently translated into an estimated $20,000 -- a big profit, considering Black's mother paid Ark Music Factory a little over $2,000 for two songs and the 'Friday' video.

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Another Miley? (YouTube)
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Overnight Sensation Rebecca Black – So Bad She’s Good or Just Plain Terrible?

New and old media alike have been abuzz about a music video from an unknown pop singer named Rebecca Black that's so bad it's...still pretty bad. The song is called "Friday" and in it, Black waxes poetic about anticipation for the weekend and driving around with her girlfriends in the most literal way possible. To wit:
Kickin' in the front seat/Sittin' in the backseat/Gotta make my mind up/Which seat can I take?

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