Remember Rebecca Black, the poor little rich girl who went viral when her insanely terrible tune "Friday" went viral thanks to its even more insanely terrible music video? (Apparently, two terribles make a viral.)
Well, she's back, and she's completely flipped the script, upending our expectations by "singing" about Saturday. (WHAT?!?)
Oh, but this time she's teamed up with an actually credible YouTube sensation, Dave Days, who has made a career out of pop-punk parodies of popular songs (here's his version of Miley's "We Can't Stop") which have collectively clocked over 340 million views and earned him 1.5 million subscribers to his YouTube channel.
So here's Black and Days' new duet. Now I shall be writing to Santa in hopes of convincing him not to put coal in my stocking.
Katy Perry covers "Friday"
"Glee" cast covers "Friday"
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F)
Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert's cover
The Christian parody entitled "Sunday."
Jenna Rose was the next kid singer with an awful/amazing song to go viral.
One of the thousands of "Friday" parodies that popped up.
Benni Cinkle, also known as the "awkward dancing friend."
Black's follow up to "Friday."
"Person Of Interest"
Rebecca Black's third single.
Kohl's Black Friday commercial
You know something has jumped the shark when it's used in a Kohl's commercial.