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Google’s Biggest Hits 2011

posted by Nell Minow

Take a look at Google’s “rewind” list of most frequent searches for 2011, a bittersweet reminder of what we were thinking about and sharing this year.  The list includes:

Most-viewed YouTube videos globally (excluding videos from major music labels) 
(playlist)

    1. Rebecca Black – Friday (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
    2. Ultimate Dog Tease
    3. Jack Sparrow (feat. Michael Bolton)
    4. Talking Twin Babies – PART 2 – OFFICIAL VIDEO
    5. Nyan Cat [original]
    6. Look At Me Now – Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes (Cover by @KarminMusic)
    7. The Creep (feat. Nicki Minaj & John Waters)
    8. Maria Aragon – Born This Way (Cover) by Lady Gaga
    9. The Force: Volkswagen Commercial
    10. Cat mom hugs baby kitten
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