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The Mothership - 2011-03-18

I don't know who's worse, the silly little girl or the twit interviewing her.

Smellvin - 2011-03-18

I'm going to go with the twit. The 13 year old is just being a 13 year old. I'm sure I did plenty of stuff that was stupider than her song, but I didn't have YouTube at that age... or a record label backing my youthful idiocy.

Night Train to Mundo Fine - 2011-03-18

Absolutely the interviewer. If I could have made a horrible music video with my parents' money in eighth grade, I would have. Rebecca Black seems pretty well adjusted and normal. She didn't write the song.

The interviewer, on the other hand, seems dead set on making her feel horrible.

dancingshadow - 2011-03-18

One is a little girl with bieber fever. The other is an age unknown face thing programmed to make little girls cry.

NewHeavenSalesman - 2011-03-18


I think this debate is over.

erection reset by queer - 2011-03-18

Okay, it's officially not funny anymore. Thanks, mainstream media.

MaulLove - 2011-03-18

I don't like the lady interviewing her much. I have some mean comments I'd like to read to her.

flotsam - 2011-03-18

Reading the comments to her was over the top, but she did get her a possible duet with Justin Bieber.

baleen - 2011-03-18


jangbones - 2011-03-18

the 2000 dollar figure is complete bullshit

Baldr - 2011-03-19

Who would have thought that Good Morning America would be a defender of mediocrity?

Mother_Puncher - 2011-03-19

This is pretty evil because the video was bad but not atrocious to the level the internet has taken it to spawn a billion parodies and get on the news. Has Chris-chan been on the news yet?

kamlem - 2011-03-19

Sing the Australian national anthem and make it sound good* is the true measure of an exceptionally gifted singer.

*Not yet accomplished.

glendower - 2011-03-19

Rebecca Black is no worse than Ke$ha. The only difference is Ke$ha has the support of the corporate music overlords.

takewithfood - 2011-03-19

Plus, Kesha (I will not spell her name with a goddamn dollar sign) has the whole drunken slut image going for her, both in her videos and her lyrics. Meanwhile "Friday" is about having cereal for breakfast and learning the days of the week. I think "Friday" failed so spectacularly because it's too wholesome.

revdrew - 2011-03-19

"Did you cry after reading all of those horrible, horrible, hateful comments?"

"Can you cry for us now?"

themilkshark - 2011-03-19

Wow, what a boring ass interview. I'm fucking insulted that this song is actually selling on iTunes. Think of all the passionate songwriters out there who never got a break because their music wasn't commercial enough, who had to settle for a job at Guitar Center, while this privileged brat warbles into a computer and dumbass hipsters spend their cash on the mp3 so they can take their lulz with them.

I'm starting to see it, the internet is ruining everything.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-03-19

The Internet giveth, the Internet taketh.

Adramelech - 2011-03-19

If it's any consolation, in a few more decades there won't be any passionate artists left. We'll finally be able to just sit around and smirk at each other while ironically working out with a Shake Weight and ironically listening to bad music and having ironic bad marriages and suffering from ironic manic depression.

Old_Zircon - 2011-04-25

Nobody good ended up at Guitar Center.

dbtng - 2011-03-19

Fuck, I was in an air band at her age. I was soo friggen happy about placing third (after the jocks and cheerleaders). This chick has my teenage accomplishments flattened.

heyitslozeau - 2011-03-19

we need a NEWS! tag akin to the ACTING! tag.

Caminante Nocturno - 2011-03-20

A LITTLE help from autotune? That's like saying Tony Montana used a little cocaine.

Good Morning America is a skidmark on America's culture.

dbtng - 2011-03-20

Are you saying that our culture is underwear? I'm confused.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-03-21

This was a slow and boring interview, and it doesn't make me feel very bad for sending her that "I hope you go cut and die." comment.

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