Reuters Singer Rebecca Black arrives at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, February 12, 2012.
Back in 2011, the then 13-year-old Rebecca released the intolerable single "Friday." The simple song was ridiculously bad but it somehow managed to get into our heads. The notorious song was blasted, trolled and bawled out by internet folks for being one of the worst songs ever.
After three years, Rebecca released the sequel on December 7 that featured a fake Miley Cyrus.
Rebecca Black's magic lies in the simple lyrics. She mixes the uncomplicated lyrics with upbeat tunes and the result is "Saturday."
"Gotta have my bowl, gotta have my cereal," sings the internet princess on "Friday." The pressure of bringing out similar passion via "Saturday" was a mighty task for the 16-year-old. She managed to live up to our expectations with lines like, "Yesterday was Friday, today is Saturday."
She relived the bowl-and-cereal lines from "Friday" by sipping cereal out of a bowl that has, "Gotta Have My Bowl" penned on it.
"Saturday" is definitely catchier that its prequel. Moreover, the production quality of the music video has improved. The guys who shot "Friday" did a terrible job behind the camera.
YouTube megastar Dave Days joined Black for this sequel. He also appeared in the video. The first time viewers see him is when he is telling Rebecca that he must find his pants. Later, he joins her, and they party like there is no tomorrow.
The music video of "Saturday" also features a Miley Cyrus look-alike. A fake Miley Cyrus comes to party with the teens. She has the signature bleached blonde coiffure and the white underwear from the "Wrecking Ball" music video. The Miley look-alike twerks in those whities while teenagers celebrate and dance around her.
We wonder if Rebecca would ever release another sequel - no points to guess the name - "Sunday" in the future.