Rebecca Black’s Painfully Viral ‘Friday’ Video Returns to the Web
It sees you when you're sleeping. It knows when you're awake. Now, Rebecca Black's video-we-love-to-hate-and-hate-to-love, 'Friday,' is officially back from the dead! AHHH!
In a new video uploaded to her page on Friday, Black asked her 158,000 YouTube subscribers, "So, you know what today is, right?" before threatening ... err, informing them that a "new" video would be uploaded later that day.
Sure enough, it was 'Friday,' prepared to take the world by storm once again, or at the very least, ruin your weekend. Just kidding. Like we said, we love the infectious 'Friday' video, despite how many times we've seen it. It's just one of those things that's so bad, it's good. Like cheesy movies. Or torture.
While we were hoping for maybe a remake of the original, we're just glad that Rebecca is finally able to own up and accept the mess she's made. She's growing up! Truthfully, it seems that she and the ever so talented Ark Music factory were able to reach an agreement about the copyright infringement claims, which caused the vid to be taken down in the first place.
So without further adieu, here's one more shot of pain...
Watch the Rebecca Black 'Friday' Video