Benni Cinkle didn’t want to go through life just being known as the pink-shirted girl dancing awkwardly in Rebecca Black‘s viral music video ‘Friday.’ So Cinkle has made her own video, and one with a socially conscious message: It addresses teen issues like eating disorders and cutting.
While Cinkle’s single ‘Can You See Me Now’ won’t be tearing up the charts anytime soon, it’s not nearly as bad a
On Wednesday night’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ results show, viral video sensation Rebecca Black performed a mashup of her infamous hit song ‘Friday’ and second single ‘My Moment.’
We knew that some people weren't fans of Internet sensation Rebecca Black, but we didn't know it was this bad.
PopCrush is reporting that two separate death threats, one by phone and one by e-mail, were made against the 13-year-old singer in March, all stemming from the viral music video for her "hit" single, 'Friday.'
Anaheim Police spokesman Rick Martinez said the threats were related
Who knew that such a bad song could create so much good in the entertainment world?
On Friday night's episode of 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' funnyman Stephen Colbert made a special musical appearance, in which he fittingly performed Rebecca Black's viral Internet song 'Friday' alongside house band The Roots...