Canadian star Carly Rae Jepsen's video "Call Me Maybe" has been ranked as Australia's most watched video clip of 2012, generating a total of 8.3 million stream views.
In the list collected by MCM Media's Digital Entertainment Network, it was ironic that Australians favored streaming international mainstream acts. The list, taken from57 music entertainment websites, including Vevo, Take 40 Australia, The Hot Hits, and the ARIA Charts, showed only one Australian artist, Guy Sebastian and his "Battle Scars"video made it to the country's top ten watched clips.
Ms Jepsen's music video was seconded by "One Thing" by English-Irish boy band One Direction. The group had two othermusic videos in the top ten list, including "What Makes You Beautiful" at number three and "Live While We're Young" at number seven.
Mr Sebastian's "Battle Scars" video was number six.
The Top Ten Streamed Music Videos in Australia for 2012(Jan 1 - Nov 30)
1. Carly Rae Jepsen - 'Call Me Maybe': 8,271,592
2. One Direction - 'One Thing': 7,041,859
3. One Direction - 'What Makes You Beautiful': 5,448,511
4. Justin Bieber - 'Boyfriend': 2,976,135
5. Lil Wayne - 'Mirror ft. Bruno Mars': 2,870,009
6. Guy Sebastian - 'Battle Scars Feat. Lupe Fiasco': 2,840,536
7. One Direction - 'Live While We're Young': 2,793,619
8. Taylor Swift - 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together': 2,555,727
9. Labrinth - 'Earthquake ft. Tinie Tempah': 2,403,868
10. Justin Bieber - 'Beauty and a Beat ft. Nicki Minaj': 2,319,402