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‘The Fox,’ ‘Harlem Shake’ and Miley Cyrus parody among YouTube’s Top videos of 2013

By Daniel S Levine,

YouTube revealed the top videos of 2013, reminding us of all the crazy viral videos we have spent hours watching over and over again on the Google-owned video sharing site. The list of the Top Trending videos range from music videos to parodies to commercials.

The top video on the list is Ylvis’ “The Fox (What does The Fox Say?),” which caught fire around the Internet. It has racked up 276.6 million viewers and nearly 720,000 comments. The video was such a success that YouTube used it as the basis for the YouTube Rewind 2013 video, called “What Does 2013 Say?” The five-minute, 40-second video features as many YouTube stars as they could fit in. It already has 2.4 million views.

Here’s the original “The Fox”:

The second video on the list is one of the original Harlem Shake videos, featuring the Norwegian army.

The Chatroulette parody version of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” also made the list.


 
 

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