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A Video that becomes popular through the process of Internet sharing, typically through video sharing websites and email. Viral videos often contain humorous content and include televised comedy sketches, such as Saturday Night Live‘s Lazy Sunday and Dick in a Box, amateur video clips like Star Wars Kid, the Numa Numa videos, The Dancing Cadet, The Evolution of Dance, the “Benny Lava” video and Chocolate Rain on youtube. Please Enjoy my website The Viral Trend and come back daily for the latest Viral Videos that are trending!
Top Videos Of All Time…
“Lip-dubs” is a genre of viral videos that’s defined by someone on screen lip syncing to a song that’s playing in the background. Numa Numa is the mother of all “lip-dubs.”The video’s creator and star, overweight and quirky Internet celebrity Gary Brolsma, taped himself singing along to Moldovan pop group O-Zone’s song “Dragostea din tei.” The combination of the incredibly strange song and Brolsma’s weird dance moves made the video an instant Internet sensation that has spawned several imitators, but nothing beats the original.
“Lazy Sunday” is comedy rap video by Andy Samberg and Chris Parnell about two guys having a boring, lazy Sunday that originally appeared on Saturday Night Live in December of 2005. Once the video made it to the then-fledgling video website YouTube, the popularity of both “Lazy Sunday” and YouTube exploded.
Star Wars Kid
Watching the Star Wars Kid is like driving by a car accident—you’d like to look away, but you can’t. The video stars a reluctant and overweight French Canadian teenager who filmed himself performing light saber moves used by Darth Maul in the film Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Like a lot of viral videos, this one will have you howling while you’re watching it but will make you feel bad when it’s over.
The Dancing Cadet
Leave it to Jeffrey Pelehac’s viral video from his Air Force dormitory to make us all feel better. As a video that helped familiarize people with viral internet videos, Pelehac is caught on candid camera doing something we all love to do; dance. If left alone for a moment, Pelehac revs his stereo with club music and starts to boogie. With his crazy moves, this video had the right elements to be a sensation. We hope Pelehac won’t have to use those moves while on a mission for the Air Force.
The Evolution Of Dance
Stand-up comedian and motivation speaker Judson Laipply’s routine, “Evolution Of The Dance,” holds the slot for the most viewed video on YouTube, with 120,364,195 views (as of 5/28/09). The clip is just as the title suggests: Laipply, within the span of 6 minutes, takes a live audience (and the YouTube viewer) through the evolution of dancing through time.
““Chocolate Rain” is a simple video — Tay Zonday, the video’s singer and star, stands at his microphone and belts out a strange song about, well, a rain made out of chocolate. Text on screen (written by Zonday after he filmed himself singing the song) makes fun of the song and the video itself. Words can’t really describe how strange this video truly is.
Actor/stuntman Mark Hicks’ audition tape—in which he falls flat on his head, gets back up and attempts to use a pair of nunchucks until he falls back onto the floor—has been viewed over 80 million times and remains one of the funniest and most satisfying viral videos ever..
Susan Boyle – Singer – Britains Got Talent 2009
Scottish singer Susan Boyle’s appearance on a 2009 episode of the TV show Britain’s Got Talent truly was a viral sensation—the clip received over 60 million views in just over a month. In the clip, the slightly overweight and frumpily dressed Boyle is set up in the clip to be an embarrassing joke. But, unlike most viral videos, the tables have been turned and this time, the subject of the video, Boyle, triumphantly sings “I Dreamed A Dream” from the musical Les Miserables.
Rick Astley-Never Gonna Give You Up
Thanks to a very common Internet prank called Rickrolling, the music video for singer Rick Astley’s 1987 song “Never Gonna Give You Up” is one of the most viewed viral videos ever. Rickrolling is a simple prank—the prankster convinces his or her victim to click a link, telling them it’s going to be one thing (like a funny video, an interesting news story, or whatever might interest the victim). But when the prank’s victim clicks the link, they are taken to the music video for “Never Gonna Give You Up.” That person has just been “Rickroll’d.”
Iron Mic: Eli Porter vs. Envy
Not much is known about the stars of this viral video that was taped in 2003 but appeared on the Internet in the fall of 2007. We do know that made for a high school public access network and that is quite possibly the worst rap battle ever recorded. Both rappers are terrible, but where Envy is standard-issue bad, it’s Eli Porter’s strange and misguided performance that shot this video to viral video status.
This scene from a 1990s Indian film is simple but nonetheless quite amazing. In it, the titular “Little Superstar” figure, an incredibly talented child dancer, break-dances to the Madonna song “Holiday” with a skill that eclipses most adult break-dancers, let alone other children dancers. Thanks to the child’s adult-like motions, the clip is both rather funny and fairly freakish.
Grape Lady Falls
What happens when someone breaks their ankle live on the air? Well, thanks to the “Grape Lady falls” clip, we know—they fall to the ground, howl like a baby and freak everyone else out tremendously.
OK GO – Here I Go Again
OK Go’s music video for their song “Here It Goes Again” was probably cheap to make—it’s done in one location, with one single shot and only eight props. But thanks to those eight props — eight treadmills — and an injury-defying coordinated dance involving them, the clip has made the rare jump from music video to viral video.
David After Dentist
Videos of kids who are drunk or high on drugs would probably be sort of funny, but mainly just wrong. But the viral video “David After Dentist,” in which a 7-year-old kid named David is hopped up on the dentist’s gasses after a visit to get some teeth pulled? That’s comedy gold.
Diet Coke + Mentos
Who knew when you combined Diet Coke with Mentos it’d create a geyser-like spray of foam? Well, thanks to the Diet Coke + Mentos viral video, we can know and enjoy that fact without having to ruin a perfectly good bottle of Diet Coke.
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