Rebecca Black Friday Kohl's Ad Annoys Pretty Much Everyone

Rebecca Black Friday Kohl's Ad Annoys Pretty Much Everyone

Congratulations to Kohl’s on their early entry in the 2012 Worst Ad in America contest. Their parody version of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” is just as grating as the original song, only with worse lyrics. Yes, it turns out that was possible. [More]

Write A Black Friday Parody Of Rebecca Black's "Friday"

Write A Black Friday Parody Of Rebecca Black's "Friday"

Longtime commenter, and honorary Consumer Reports labcoat owner, GitEmSteveDave needs help. He wants to sing a parody version of Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” except about “Black Friday.” He’s a gifted an enthusiastic singer… the one thing he’s missing are the lyrics. [More]

Would You Pay $3 To Watch Rebecca Black's 'Friday' On YouTube?

Would You Pay $3 To Watch Rebecca Black's 'Friday' On YouTube?

Well, it’s Friday, so it’s time for my usual ritual: rocking out to Rebecca Black’s “Friday” video and hoping that no one catches me in the act. Except….wait a minute! Where did the video go? YouTube copyright claim?! It turns out that the video has been pulled from YouTube by Miss Black and her family since the vanity record label that produced the song and video has been trying to cash in on the inexplicable song’s inexplicable success. The last straw came when the label tried to charge users a $2.99 YouTube rental fee to view the clip. Which leads to the important consumer question: is there any music video that you would pay three bucks to watch? [More]