Justin Bieber Reaches Two Billion Views on YouTube

Way to go Beliebers! Pop Messiah Justin Bieber has reached a new milestone on the Interwebs; the 17-year-old crooner has become the first person to reach two billion views on his official YouTube channel. As hardcore bubblegum pop fanatics will testify, The Biebs skyrocketed to superstardom in 2008, after finding fame posting YouTube videos of…

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Jennifer Lopez’s ‘On the Floor’ VIDEO Nearing YouTube Record

Jennifer Lopez’s “On the Floor” music video is about to break through the ceiling on YouTube. It’s currently ranked No. 3 on the video sharing website, with more than 412 million streams, and it’s quickly closing in on the Tube’s most popular vids: Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance,” which has 422 million views and Justin Bieber’s…

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Taylor Swift Tragically Covers Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’ [VIDEO]

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No, no, no. A thousand times, no. Taylor Swift has been covering local artists at each of the stops on her “Speak Now” concert tour. So when she was in Michigan recently, she busted out her best white-girl rap impression on a cover of Eminem’s iconic song, “Lose Yourself.”

The Entire Harry Potter Story — in Seven Minutes

As everybody who’s anybody knows, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2″ opens this Friday. It’s the last installment in the film franchise and people are all chaotic and twirly about it — and there you are. You haven’t read the books and you haven’t seen the movies but all your friends are talking…

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US Marine to Justin Timberlake: Step Up, Soldier

Last week, US Marine Sgt. Scott Moore made news when he used YouTube to ask actress Mila Kunis to accompany him to the Marine Corps. Ball on November 18th in Greenville, North Carolina. After some prodding from her “Friends with Benefits” co-star Justin Timberlake, Kunis accepted the invitation. At the time, Timberlake reportedly told her,…

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“Leave Britney Alone!” YouTuber Chris Crocker Now A Pornstar

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Anyone remember Chris Crocker? His now infamously tearful “Leave Britney Alone!” rant has been viewed more than 39 million times in the past four years. The androgynous dude who cried when the world was mean to a pop princess and shot straight to hysterical YouTube fame is looking very manly these days — Well, as…

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Nicole Kidman’s First YouTube “How Do Ya Do?” To Fans

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Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t the only Oscar winner getting familar with the scary world of social networking. The Goop Goddess dived onto the Interwebs feet first when she joined both Facebook and Twitter last week. Now Moulin Rouge star Nicole Kidman is making her nervous debut on YouTube; the star posted her very first video to…

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Prince William Kate Middleton Royal Wedding Live Stream On YouTube

If you weren’t among the elite who scored an invitation to the nups of the year, it just got a little easier to come down with Royal Wedding Fever. Prince William will tie the knot with his college sweetheart, Kate Middleton, later this month in the most-anticipated event to hit the international social scene since…

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Miley Cyrus Rips YouTube Celebs; Such As Justin Bieber & Rebecca Black

Er — Is it safe to say that Miley Cyrus is not a Rebecca Black fan? The controversial teen pop star spoke to The Daily Telegraph ahead of her upcoming tour in Australia, starting this June, and she doesn’t speak highly of musical artists who find stardom after first finding a fanbase on YouTube.

Justin Bieber “Baby” Most-Watched & Most-Hated VIDEO On YouTube

The Boy Wonder who landed a recording contract based on the rousing reception of his YouTube.com videos has once again made history on the video-sharing website. On Monday, the video promo for Justin Bieber’s Ludacris-assisted 2010 single “Baby” toppled Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” to become the most-watched video in YouTube’s five year history. The video…

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YouTube Proposes Pay-For-Post Deal For Celebrities

You’ve heard of celebrities pocketing fistfuls of cash to pitch products under the guise of thinly-veiled Tweets to fans, and in a similarly-deal that an eerie sign of these techy times, video sharing hub YouTube.com has purportedly offered the Kids of Hollywood a similarly sweetened pot for their online dalliances.