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Friday is suddenly a lot less fun for Rebecca Black.

A day after the singer's team filed to have the 13-year old's infamous video yanked off YouTube, due to a feud with Ark Music, the production company has issued its own statement on the topic.

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"We’re disappointed, having been in good faith negotiations with Rebecca Black and her representatives for months regarding any open issues," a rep told TMZ. "There’s been an ongoing, open dialogue with our company. So we were blindsided to get a Take Down Notice... alleging copyright infringement instead of a call or email from Rebecca’s representatives.

"We are going to continue to take the high road and work out the complaint as soon as possible."

Between this back-and-forth, and the backlash against Black in general, the teenager may be realizing that the entertainment business is not so fun after all.

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It's no longer Friday, Friday, Friday. At least not on YouTube.

Rebecca Black has pulled her infamous video off the website because there's a fight over the singer's image brewing. Said a rep for the young singer to TMZ:

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"We can confirm that we submitted a Take Down Notice to YouTube as a result of the dispute we have with Ark Music regarding the 'Friday' video."

Ark Music ran the YouTube account that hosted the video, setting it up as a $2.99 rental. Black's camp was angry over the decision and are considering legal action against the company, alleging it's wrongfully exploiting the 13-year old's image.

Don't worry, though, you can still catch Black in Katy Perry's new video!

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It's Friday again, folks!

In a new teaser for her upcoming music video, for the single "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)," Katy Perry welcomes a special guest: 13-year old singer Rebecca Black!

Around the 16-second mark below, you can see Black donning a 1980s-themed dress. Perry also honored Black with a cover of "Friday" on her tour earlier this year. The official video for Perry's next hit comes out on June 14...

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This is one of the best covers of Rebecca Black we've heard to date.

The youngster may not be pregnant, but she's given birth to a phenomenon - nay, a renewed sense of appreciation - every American can embrace.

Everybody is looking forward. To the weekend. Yeah. Partying. Yeah.

Words to live by if ever they existed. Listen to President Barack Obama get down on "Friday" with an assist from Vice President Joe Biden here:

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Can we all go back to having fun on Fridays now?

In response to a ridiculous, disgusting rumor that actually got picked up by CNN over the weekend, 13-year old Rebecca Black Tweeted last night:

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With this nonsense out of the way, Black can return to the studio. She's signed a major record deal and will most definitely be heard from again.

Let's just hope the news outlets doing the reporting on this controversial star keep the focus where it belongs: her poor singing, not her imaginary bedroom behavior.

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Rappers getting down to the timeless classic "Friday" on Friday the 13th? Do we really need to explain in further detail? No. We didn't think so.

Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (a.k.a. Odd Future), an indie rap crew, busted out the MOVES to the Rebecca Black hit at a recent show.

Watch it now and get ready for a weekend of partying. Yeah.

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Rebecca Black has no talent and nevertheless earned 118 million YouTube views and a legit record deal since we all love watching peeps with no talent try to sing online.

In spite of that, she's worried about being pigeonholed by the song!

The 13-year-old Black told the AP she wants a career in which she's respected as a recording artist ... adding, "I don't want to be known as the 'Friday' girl."

"Hopefully, I can be known as Rebecca Black and not the 'Friday' girl. I want to be a performing artist," she adds. "That's what I've always wanted to do."

Sorry, sweetie. This song is just too fun, fun, fun to think of you as anything else:

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Playing Rebecca Black on repeat is enough to make you insane.

Still, some people take their animosity for the teen "singer" too far. Anaheim police are investigating two death threats made last month against Black.

Rebecca Black VMA Outfit

The 13-year-old YouTube sensation whose "Friday" got her a legit manager and face time on many talk shows, apparently has enemies as well as fans.

"In essence, the threats were related to getting the music off the Internet or they were going to kill her," police spokesman Sgt. Rick Martinez said.

"We can't validate how serious they are, but we do take it seriously."

One Rebecca Black death threat was phoned in and another emailed, Martinez said, adding, "In the meantime, we are keeping an eye out for her."

"We are working together with the Anaheim Police Department to ensure Rebecca's safety at all times," added the teen's rep. Yes, she has a rep.

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In the music world, being covered by Glee is a sign that you've made it and a true honor. Unless you're Dave Grohl or Kings of Leon, but that's another story.

The Fox hit's latest adaptation may be a major shark-jumper, though.

Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” which just surpassed 100 million views on YouTube due to the fact that it's the worst song ever, is getting the Glee treatment.

The song will appear an upcoming episode that centers around prom, and will either be sung by Kevin McHale, Chord Overstreet and Mark Salling, or by Salling and returning guest star Jonathan Groff, reprising his role as Jesse St. James.

Seriously, this is happening.

What do you think? A fun move by a fun show, or, as one critic put it, is a Glee cover of Rebecca Black like a herpes version of chlamydia? Sound off below.

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It's Sunday, Sunday, Headin to church on Sunday, Everybody's lookin' forward to the Easter weekend, Worshipin', Worshipin', Yeah!

Just in time for Easter comes the most religious, and embarrassing, Rebecca Black parody yet. Trust us, you just won't want this service to end.

Church-going Sadie B sings and a pair of white dudes rap on "Sunday." This is one holy take on "Friday." As in holy crap, this is beyond bad:

Follow the jump for the full lyrics to this instant classic ...

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Rebecca Black Biography

Rebecca Black Picture Rebecca Black shot to stardom in March of 2011 by releasing a song titled "Friday." It quickly earned millions of hits on YouTube, mostly... More »
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