As long as there are 14-year-old girls with wealthy parents and aspirations of becoming the next Katy Perry or Britney Spears, Patrice Wilson will keep getting work. Patrice Wilson you ask? You may not know Wilson by name, but if you pay attention to Internet meme culture, then you're familiar with his contributions. See, Wilson is the guy behind Rebecca Black's now infamous viral hit "Friday" — a song so bad it had to be shared — and various other terrible yet undeniably catchy songs...Read Full Story
Remember Rebecca Black? The teen responsible for that viral hit "Friday"? (How could you forget.) Anyway, well Ms. Black is back in action, this time covering Miley Cyrus' latest single "We Can't Stop."Black and singer Jon D. teamed up to sing the hit, after editing out the parts about cocaine and strip clubs. She's only 16, you know. Check out Rebecca Black's rendition of "We Can't Stop," which is much, much better than "Friday" — trust us. The original video is posted below that, for...Read Full Story
Someone's had voice lessons! After a few months in hibernation, mildly infamous Internet sensation Rebecca Black has popped back into the spotlight with a surprisingly well-executed cover of Rihanna's "Stay." The accompanying video is as cheesy as they come, but still, Rebecca's come a long way since "Friday."Read Full Story
Meet the new Rebecca Black! This gal, Nicole Westbrook, just released a video for the song "It's Thanksgiving," which basically takes the ridiculousness of Black's "Friday" and applies it to the holidays.Westbrook's catchy and absurd song, which went viral after being released Wednesday, includes lines like: "January was New Year, April was Easter, but now it's Thanksgiving." Black's song included: "Yesterday was Thursday, today is Friday."Now, a man named Patrice Wilson, who's one of the...Read Full Story
(via YouTube)We know Sh*t [insert blank here] say videos are sooooo three months ago, but we just had to share the latest Sh*t Fashion Girls say video that The Platform posted on Youtube today. Why, you ask? Because our main girl Leandra Medine aka the Man Repeller, and the girl everyone loves to hate Rebecca Black were both in it. The video's theme is a "Sh*t Fashion Girls Say on the Internet" and we are #totesguilty of all that it mocks.Rebecca Black's minor cameo has her yelling the "Sh*t...Read Full Story
Rebecca Black (born June 21, 1997) is a singer known best for her viral hit song 'Friday.' Find more Rebecca Black pictures, news and information below.