While there are no 'official numbers' on whether Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' is the most spoofed song on YouTube, it's certainly starting to feel that way.
Hit song 'Call Me Maybe' has met with great success for Carly Rae Jepsen, the Canadian recording artist and singer-songwriter from Mission, British Columbia. The song reached the No. 1 spot on The Billboard, the Canadian Hot 100, and also went to number-one in 19 other countries. But we wonder if the former Canadian Idol participant, ever visualized how often her song would get spoofed on YouTube?
It is everywhere.
There are parodies done by political parties, the U.S. Marines, the 2012 USA Olympic swimming team and even the television show Sesame Street. These are just a few of the 13,800 'Call Me Maybe' spoof videos that can be found today on YouTube. Here's a few more 'gems' that you may have overlooked.
This 'bloke's' version, sung by Aussie's Fitzy and Wippa from Nova FM, believe that this is how the would the song would go if Carly Rae was an Aussie bloke:
Moving right on, what kid wouldn't want to go to school if all teachers were like this? Unlike parents who have a civic duty to embarrass their kids, these teachers do it out of the goodness of their hearts and all for their FTC Class of 2012:
Priceless. Get off the desk.
Back in May, the Harvard Baseball team did a parody on their way to a game. The video garnered over 2.1 million hits on YouTube, and started a parody war over their parody. Here is Harvard's take:
And the Florida Gators supplied some additional synchronized flavor with their version:
But not to be outdone, Texas State did a raunchier version (consider yourself warned) called "Call Me Maybe Harvard Baseball Parody," which was interspersed with ... the Bagel Dance?
And yes, in true Leno style, even The Tonight Show got in on the act for the upcoming Presidential election:
If you're not sick of the song already, and still have a remote interest in the original video and song, you can watch it here.
Oh Carly Rae Jepsen, what have you started?
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