Bed Intruder Song

December 13, 2010 by Post Team 

Bed Intruder Song, (UKPA) – An American student Rant video during an attack against his sister became the most watched video on YouTube of the year.

Anthony Dodson gave a TV interview in anger over an alleged attack on her younger sister.

When a video turned his words into a song-tuning, “Song Room Intruder,” Mr. Dodson, 24, of Alabama, became a sensation on the Internet.

YouTube added point of view counts as two versions of the video, which brought his total to more than 61 million.

YouTube separated commercial music videos on their list of top-10. Otherwise, all the top 10 videos have been either by Justin Bieber, Shakira, Eminem, Rihanna and Lady Gaga. With more than 406 million page views, video Bieber Baby “trumped all others.

The “Bed Intruder” movie has been remixed by the musicians of New York and Evan Michael Gregory, who is also known for their web series “Auto-Tune News.” The song track on iTunes, whose profits are divided between Mr. Dodson and the Gregorys.

“Blessing in disguise,” said Dodson.

The second most watched video was another fact-for-riff YouTube: a parody of Ke $ ha “Tik Tok” by the musical web series sketches key Awesome. More than 50.6 million watched the mock version of the popular pop song.

The third most-watched video, a pop star is born of new potentials. In this paper, 13-year Greyson Chance (which has been compared to Bieber) sings Lady Gaga “Paparazzi” while playing the piano.

The top 10 also: a video of “Annoying Orange” series, a viral ad for Old Spice, the hysterical happy “double rainbow” guy, OK Go video for “This Too Shall Pass,” the trailer “Twilight” film “Eclipse”, Jimmy Kimmel to surprise a fan three years Bieber with the young star and stunt video by Rally racer Ken Block.

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