It's not just Friday, people. It's Death Metal Friday.

In an incredible cover of Rebecca Black's hit song recorded nearly a year ago but making the online rounds again today, Jarett Norton and Danny Dodge have left their own mark on the teen's iconic tribute to the last day of the work/school week.

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SI cover model Kate Upton lends her good looks and apparent video game expertise to help a quartet of major leaguers learn the ropes in an ad for the new game MLB 2K12.

Titled “Finger Mechanics with Kate Upton,” the ad shows the curvaceous blonde teaching the baseball stars to an unhittable circle changeup ... virtually of course.

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University of Alabama freshman Jack Blankenship thought of a great way to distract players from opposing schools: With a huge photo of his own contorted face.

From snarling Saddam Hussein to sultry Marilyn Monroe, giant craniums are nothing new in the stands of sporting events. But this was definitely a unique twist.

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Can humor be quantified? Not a chance, but that didn't stop Google from trying. The tech giant actually created an algorithm which ranks the funniest YouTube videos.

It takes into account certain elements of the clip(s), the uploader's interpretation of it (based on title, description and tags) and of course user comments and votes.

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Bachelor bad girl Courtney Robertson has become the star of the show this season, so it's no surprise she's been given the auto-tune treatment on YouTube.

In an instant viral video classic, some of the 28-year-old's most obnoxious quotes from the ABC reality show have been mashed together in music video form.

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Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog, the myth, the legend, emerged from Gobbler's Knob this morning and saw his shadow, thus decreeing six more weeks of winter.

Of course, given the unseasonably warm temperatures and a lack of snow this winter throughout most of the northern U.S., maybe that's not the worst thing.

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Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy hit back at Fox News at a UK press conference following the London Premiere of their new film, in response to Fox's earlier criticism of the film "pushing a dangerous liberal agenda" at kids.

Making the publicity rounds following the London premiere of their new hit movie, Kermit and Miss Piggy defended their fellow fuzzy foam friends from attacks by the right-leaning cable channel. Check out the clip below:

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This isn't a "wanna get away" Snickers ad, though it sure could be.

A giant, obvious misspelling on an NYC crosswalk has city, utility and school officials pointing fingers ... and hopefully asking for more funding for the next Spelling Bee.

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