Top 10 Most Watched Video on YouTube

There are may videos uploaded on YouTube seen by millions of viewers. Here is the list of Top 10 Most Watched Video of YouTube.

10 Michael Telo, “Ai Se Eu Te Pego”

If you’re a soccer fan, this tune is presumably at the highest point of your ipod.Cristiano Ronaldo routinely burst out the melody’s mark move to commend a gooooooooaaal. Topping U.s. Spanish radio diagrams in 2012, this Brazilian hit—deciphered to “Oh If I Catch You”—will positively stage a presentation at the following World

9Lady Gaga,“Bad Romance”

The little creatures consumed this film up, as did whatever is left of the planet. In spite of the fact that Gaga is grabbed by a gathering of supermodels in the film, she got away in opportunity to opening it at Paris Fashion Week in October 2009. Notwithstanding, the tune has turned into a song of devotion for young ladies going to say a final farewell to their beaus.

8 Shakira, “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)”

Shakira Launched this music video for the official song of the FIFA World Cup 2010 . Featuring a colorful mix of footage from past all World Cup matches intercut with the Colombian singer’s signature. This was Sony’s first ever made 3D music video. Because Any one want to see Shakira in 3D?

7 Gentleman (Psy song)

It has set YouTube records for most views in its first 24 hours, most views in any 24 hours,fastest music video to reach 100 million views,fastest overall video to reach 200 million views,and 300 million views.The song has reached number one on charts in three countries and has topped iTunes charts in 40 countries.

6 LMFAO,Park Rock Anthem

Party rockers first launched this LMFAO track in summer of 2011, propelling the single to No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot top 100 list. Why it took so long for parties to have an anthem remains unclear about it, but the crazy-haired duo can be sure somebody’s been shufflin’ every day since the song came out.

5 Charlie Bit My Finger – again!

This adorable family flick of two children turned Internet sensation is the only viral video in YouTube’s top ten that does not feature any pop star. What started as a quiet cheery moment between a toddler & his big brother quickly became the bite heard ‘round the world. The boys’ father uploaded the adorable clip to share with family in May 2007; by October 2009, it had become the most viewed upload of all time.

4 Eminem, “Love The Way You Lie”-ft. Rihanna

“Love the Way You Lie” dropped in July 2010, fans got a glimpse into Rihanna’s thoughts—“that’s alright because I like the way it hurts”—and sent this song scorring to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts. Her emotional hook paired them with Eminem’s staccato lyrics—not to mention a video starring Megan Fox and Lost’s Dominic Monaghan—made the song and video an instant hit.

3 Jennifer Lopez,“On The Floor”-ft. Pitbull

Apparently a lot of people are having dance and enjoy parties in their apartments, because J. Lo’s club ut anthem “On The Floor” surprises as YouTube’s yes bronze medalist. “It’s a new generation of party people,” she whispers at the song’s start—right, if by “party” she means gesticulating at a YouTube video while in your pajamas.

2 Justin Bieber, “Baby”-ft. Ludacris

Coming as close as any Canadian will to world domination, Justin Bieber takes the No. 2 Position . Maybe it was the bowl cut, maybe it was the spinning camera, or maybe it was the universally understood sexual tension inherent in a game of bowling. But something about “Baby” sent the Internet’s tween heart aflutter, and Bieber shot to super-stardom. Ah, 2010—it was a simpler time, before the tattoos, the death threats, or the German customs agents hell-bent on confiscating a pet monkey.

1 Psy,“Gangnam Style”

No surprise here. After posting the eccentric video in mid-July 2012, K-pop singer Psy became a sensation, appearing on every television show ever, spawning countless spin-off videos, and inspiring David Gregory to dance. (Or, at least, try.) The video reached 100 million views in 51 days, but hasn’t stopped its climb to record heights. Not a bad run for a subtle commentary on South Korean classism.

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