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 [...]
Two and a half years ago, "Friday" made Rebecca Black famous-in-a-bad-way. Now — several eras later in the life of the Internet — Black is looking back. She has recorded herself watching "Friday."Her retrospective has a certain charm! It's self-deprecating and unpretentious, and deals with the universal problem of confronting your youthful,... More »
I didn't think anything could be more awkward than Rebecca Black's video for her song 'Friday', but it turns out I was wrong about that. There is one thing more awkward, and it's Rebecca herself re-watching said video and providing commentary. Show More Summary
Two and half years after Rebecca Black unveiled her viral weekend anthem "Friday," she has shared another gem: Herself watching it and reacting. The reason for the occasion? It was Black Friday, after all. "This could either be the best...Show More Summary
Rebecca Black rose to fame thanks to her almost-too-awful-to-be-real song and music video “Friday,” and on Black Friday the singer decided to revisit her viral hit. Rebecca made a YouTube video last week, taking the time to sit down and watch her 2011 hit “Friday” herself. Show More Summary
That headline, visualized: Anyway, it’s been nearly two and a half years since Rebecca Black taught us this word, “Friday.” I’m still a little unsure what it means, especially in relation to Thursday and Saturday, but the Internet went gaga for the clip, which has racked up approximately 18 gazillion views. Show More Summary
By which I mean, of course, REBECCA Black Friday...Mwahahahahaha! Does the fact that Patrice Wilson followed this up with "Thanksgiving" means he perceives time backwards? Whatever you spent to...
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. Read more...
Two days away from Rebecca Black Friday! How excited are YOU? Are you totally getting out your map right now to plan out the whole thing? Gonna stay up all night after Thanksgiving dinner and get ready for the awesomeness? No? You’re gonna start tonight and skip out on T-Day altogether? Wow, you sir (madam?) are hardcore. As a financial blogger, I’m required to write […]
it's really weird to think that one day ill have to explain "Friday" to my children im never gonna be able to live that one down — Rebecca Black (@MsRebeccaBlack) November 25, 2013 I hate to break it to you, but they may never actually hear of it. Show More Summary
Wear Rachel Weisz's dress for your holiday party - InStyle Now you can buy your holiday gifts on The Cut - Racked You'll probably want to buy some for Thanksgiving dinner - People StyleWatch Rebecca Taylor goes black tie - Vogue UK This...Show More Summary
The video is okay, but she's no Rebecca Black. Whenever you go to YouTube to watch a music video and see the words, "Comments are disabled for this video," it usually means you're in for a treat. It also means the reviews are in and they made someone cry. Show More Summary
Post by Rebecca Stokes. Ever wonder why most cat-burglars are pictured wearing all black? They dress inconspicuously to escape notice and evade capture. Clearly somebody forgot to give one Chicago-based thief this bit of helpful advice. Show More Summary
12 Years a Slave and the Problem of (Black) Suffering by Rebecca Wanzo | HuffPost Black Voices I keep reading these blogs about Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave claiming that black people are "tired" of seeing yet another slavery movie. Show More Summary
The 2nd Annual Baby2Baby Gala was the place to be last night! Rachel Zoe and Soleil Moon Frye kept their baby bumps chic in black, while Nicole Richie and Rebecca Romijn popped with color. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jaime King, Busy … Continue reading »
Don't be troubled by hit-maker Patrice Wilson peering through the bedroom window like some sort of Mr. Rodger's peeping Tom, don't be concerned when he pulls up in a black kidnap van, or when he drugs the punch so all the people at the party turn into puppets. Show More Summary
I admit that I’m inexplicably fascinated by the weird weirdness of ARK Music Factory videos — the folks behind Rebecca Black’s Friday and dozens and dozens of wannabes — though I’ve yet to actually watch one all the way through. I think...Show More Summary
Alison Gold is one of those post-Justin Bieber/Rebecca Black aspiring pop star types who is looking to hit it big via the interwebs. Her first effort was the vaguely racist ode to egg rolls and wonton soup, “Chinese Food,” the video for which featured her creepy producer, Patrice Wilson, bouncing around in a panda suit. [...]
The people who brought you Rebecca Black's "Friday" are back again. Twelve-year-old Alison Gold, the latest protege from ARK Music Factory, released "ABCDEFG" on Monday, a song that finds her continually repeating letters of the alphabet while singing about pre-teen emotions. Gold's last track was the controversial "Chinese Food."
In her sophomore effort, the flash-in-the-pan adolescent sings the alphabet while a black Mister Rogers spikes her cranberry juice with puppet potion. Pedo-bait or solid gold Internet garbage? You decide.