Dog Dances Gangnam Style, Becomes Viral Sensation
But Gangnam Style is making a comeback.
But Gangnam Style is making a comeback.
With over one million views and counting, this woman's wedding dance video below is "currently the most viewed video in Russia," according to reports.
It's titled, fittingly, "Funny Dance at Wedding" and it is. Behold:
A video of little girl dancing up a storm to "Gangnam Style" at a wedding is going viral and putting all adults at such events to shame. You. Got. Served.
Yes, we realize "Gangnam Style" is so 2012 ... but come on, people.
Turns out, not everyone is sick of Gangnam Style.
In one of the cutest videos you'll see this year, a baby is fast sleep, ignorant and uncaring about the song on the radio... until it gets changed to PSY's giant hit, that is.
Yesterday was PSY's 35th birthday, and one the Korean rapper will never forget.
As December 31 drew to a close, PSY and special guest Hammer reprised their epic American Music Awards performance with another joint effort in Times Square.
Man, 2012 was a great year for videos.
Long or short, highly produced or randomly amateur, political or sexual, musical or viral, these 12 videos spread like wildfire across the World Wide Internets.
From Gangnam Style to the Sloppy Swish, Angelina Jolie leg thrusts to Chris Brown neck tattoos, and grumpy cats to photogenic peeps, 2012 was a great year for memes.
On this Christmas Day, THG looks back at 12 of the best photos, videos, trends and topics that captured the Internet's fascination (and creativity) over the past 12 months.
Just when you thought you were finally getting sick of Gangnam Style parodies comes this amazing effort from ... NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston!
Explore the Johnson Space Center campus, including ground control and training facilities, through amazing lyrics, visuals and spot-on dance moves:
In the world's first known Gangnam Style death, Eamonn Kilbride suffered a heart attack and passed away this week at his office Christmas party.
The 46-year-old British father of three was performing the energetic dance patented by Korean pop star Psy when he suddenly and tragically collapsed.
Former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson (R-WY) has a message for the Millennial generation: use social media to spread the word and sign up for The Can Kicks Back campaign.
We know what you're thinking: Huh?
PSY, President Obama. President Obama, PSY.
In the spirit of the holidays, the Washington establishment appears to have forgiven the "Gangam Style" sensation for his controversial 2004 anti-American rap.
If you're a fan of The Walking Dead and/or Gangnam Style, you're going to like this video. If you enjoy both of those things, then you'll probably go berzerk over it.
Does this spoof of the AMC hit series and PSY's monster hit song provide hints as to how zombie apocalypse will begin? On December 21, 2012 perhaps?
It's a very Gangnam Style Christmas at one residence in Perth, Australia.
South Korean rapper Psy’s monster hit just became the most popular video of all time, passing Justin Bieber’s “Baby,” and the craze shows no signs of abating.
Move over, Justin Bieber. And make room for... Psy?!?
Indeed. Although he was an unknown in the United States just a few months ago, this Korean sensation and his addictive single have pushed Bieber aside and achieved an impressive honor:
The 2012 American Music Awards saved the best for last Sunday.
No one can deny the ubiquity of PSY and his infectious hit "Gangnam Style," making the Korean rapper the perfect choice to close out the 40th annual AMAs.
Madonna and special guest star Psy teamed up for an epic live rendition of "Gangnam Style" at her concert in NYC's Madison Square Garden last night.
Appearing unannounced, the Korean rapper joined Her Madgesty on stage to perform the song that has taken the planet by storm in the past few months:
The American Music Awards will go "Gangnam Style" Sunday night.
Korean rapper Psy, also known as Park Jae-Sang, is being honored at the annual event as 2012's new media honoree for his massive cyber success.
Korean rapper PSY's smash hit "Gangnam Style" is taking over the world.
The track and its accompanying dance moves brought more than 15,000 people to Rome's central square, Piazza del Popolo, on Sunday for a group performance.
SNL's new Digital Short, "The Legend of Mokiki and the Sloppy Swish," is a creature unto its own, but the absurd video and dancing are already inspiring parodies a la Gangnam Style.
You could say the Sloppy Swish is literally contagious.
Yup, it's everywhere.
At tonight's Country Music Awards, Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley just couldn't resist. The music started to be played over the loudspeaker, the crowd was egging them on and then, oh yes, the hosts went full-on Gangnam Style.
Of all the Gangnam Style parodies, PSY might take a particular liking to this one.
The rapper's Korean brethren at the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) took a long break from studying apparently, creating a Boston-themed take on the viral smash.
You thought you had seen every version and every parody of Gangnam Style, didn't you?
There was no elimination on Dancing With the Stars Tuesday, due to the unusual, debate-induced splitting of the week's routines into two one-hour blocks.
On the plus side, that means at least another week for each of the remaining All-Stars, who performed group routines as well as their individual dances.