Here's what's going viral now on Facebook.
It's being called the next "Gangnam Style." This over the top, outrageous Chinese music video features a female artist -- and, I use the term 'artist' loosely -- singing in Mandarin about a mother hen.
Animal sounds reminiscent of Ylvis' "The Fox" are peppered throughout the song, along with images of cartoon barnyard critters, and shirtless men wearing creepy animal masks. The singer donning a revealing white chicken costume -- prances around doing repetitive dance moves. Basically, it steals every trick from the viral video playbook.
Then, there's this:
"All About That Baste."
The Holderness family is the gift that keeps on giving... and, what better holiday than Thanksgiving for the Internet fame hungry clan to parody Meghan Trainor's ear bug hit single, "All About That Bass," with a turkey twist.
With lyrics about less than perfect place settings, burnt desserts, and runny side dishes, the family's patriarch croons how the one thing he gets right -- is marinating the main course.
And, Facebook users are hitting the "like" button on:
"Band Aid 30 - Do They Know It's Christmas? (2014)."
Bob Geldof's 30-year-old Christmas song is covered by some of the biggest names in the music industry including: Chris Martin, Bono, and Seal. The music video begins with very powerful imagery --people wearing hazmat suits tending to an extremely frail woman. It then transitions to the various collaborators singing the charity based Christmas song in studio. Profits from the song will go to the fight against Ebola.
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