Friday, March 18, 2011

Acoustic Version of "Friday" Somehow More Terrible Than the Original

Posted By on Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 4:45 PM

The Rebecca Black "Reclaim-Her-Public-Image-She's-Just-A-Kid-Why-Are-You-So-Mean?" project is in full effect, with the teenager performing her now famous ode to a day of the week with a simpler, Autotune-less backdrop on Good Morning America. Verdict: still terrible, and a little less fun than the heavily polished version.

As a palate cleanser, the reigning champion in the field of songs about Fridays (I'm excluding Loverboy's "Everybody's Working for the Weekend", since it never mentions Friday specifically):

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