_What did we watch on YouTube this year?
YouTube has released its annual 'most watched' list of videos and though the top few are obvious, some of the clips on the list might surprise you.
_Filling the number one spot (and our heads) is the most annoying pop song of the last few years, Rebecca Black's 'Friday.' Uploaded to YouTube in early March, the video was pulled in June and only re-uploaded in September.
_Number two on the list is a little more interesting. It actually managed to top the UK's list of most watched YouTube videos, which was revealed earlier this week, and is titled 'Ultimate Dog Tease.' The video features a dog with a human voice-over talking about the joys of steak, meat drawers and other things that would drive a dog wild. If you haven't seen it, here it is:
_Third place is The Lonely Island's 'Jack Sparrow (Ft. Michael Bolton)' video. Uploaded on May 7, the video has so far managed to clock up 63,091,522 views.
_Fourth place goes to the 18th-month old McEntee twins and their intense discussion in their kitchen, while fifth place was awarded to the famously annoying Nyan cat.
_Check out the full list below:
1. Rebecca Black - Friday
2. Ultimate Dog Tease
3. The Lonely Island - Jack Sparrow (Ft. Michael Bolton)
4. Talking Twin Babies - Part 2
5. Nyan Cat
6. KarminMusic - Look At Me Now Cover
7. The Lonely Island - The Creep
8. Maria Aragon - Born This Way
9. Volkswagen - The Force
10. Cat Mom Hugs Baby Kitten
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