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Gangnam Style” is the gift that keeps giving. Since first sharing my obsession with the K-pop track a few weeks ago, my love has only grown and so has the world apparently. Mashups, parodies, flash mobs are popping, or should I say k-popping, all over the place. You could spend hours, if not days, literally going through all of them.

Thankfully, What’s Trending has taken on the arduous task and handpicked the most notable homages to Psy’s infectious track. From Nelly Furtado’s live performance, to multiple dance routines, to a unique guitar cover and everything in between, What’s Trending’s mashup perfectly illustrates the phenomenon that has taken over the world.

In addition to the Ultimate Gangnam Style Mashup, I’ve included two others featuring Nicki Minaj and Jennifer Lopez. The first one features J. Lo’s hit, “Dance Again” and the result is pure awesomeness. It’s insane how well they fit perfectly together. The next one is a video mashup of Minaj’s “Starships” music video with Psy’s clip. If I didn’t know any better, I would say they’re the sister/brother from another mother. They’re both a little cray cray. Check out all the “Gangnam” goodies below.

check out all the mashups after the jump

Hermione, Katniss, Buffy & Bella Roomates?

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A bunch of girls living under one roof often leads to plenty of drama. Just watch an episode of America’s Next Top Model to witness that. Can you imagine if the girls were all bad asses? Well, wonder no more. Comediva filmed a parody inspired by Oxygen’s Bad Girls Club and puts some of entertainment’s most popular female heroines in that predicament.

Titled, BAMF Girls Club, the video depicts Hermione Granger (Harry Potter), Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games), Lisabeth Salander (The Girl With A Dragon Tattoo), Buffy Summers (Buffy The Vampire Slayer), Michonne (The Walking Dead) and Bella Swan (Twilight) all living in the same house. Instead of borrowing each other’s makeup, I’m sure these ladies will be trading stakes, bows and arrows and other weapons instead. No fashion montages here.

It’s not the most hilarious video ever, but I thought it was perfect viewing for a lazy Sunday morning. I love the nods to each heroine’s respective movie. From Hermoine living underneath a staircase to Katniss hiding out in a tree, all movie references are fair game. Check out the first episode below.

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Oh Em Gee. This is the funniest parody I’ve seen in a long time and the fact that it involves Carly Rae Jepsen and not with respect to “Call Me Maybe” is quite refreshing.

Recently, Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen released their music video for their duet song, “Good Time“. In that video, Carly & Owl City go camping with friends and as the lyrics suggest, “It’s always a good time”. That being said, in this new College Humor parody, they focus on the reality of some of the negative aspects of camping and sing, “Camping’s Not A Good Time” instead.

From mosquitoes to fire-building difficulties to washroom woes. At one part, the Owl City imposter sings, “Shoes soaked and of course they’re my only pair, what a f*cking nightmare.” Seriously, the lyrics are brilliant and you must watch this summer anthem for the not-so-great outdoors.

Video after the jump…

I’m sure you’ve either watched or at the very least heard of HBO‘s new Emmy-Nominated series called ‘Girls‘ by now. It’s one of those shows that people seem to either love or hate, but I definitely love the writing.

Now the trailer for a faux-series called ‘Boys‘ has just come out, poking fun at the humor and awkward situations that are prevelant in the actual ‘Girls’ series. In the trailer, the boys reside in Los Angeles and try to get by. As a joke, the trailer says that it stars some of the offspring of celebrities, including Daniel Craig’s son Craig Craig. In one hilarious situation during trailer, one of the guys is on a date with a girl and says, “Here’s my resume.” She responds, “This is just a photo of David Beckham.” Then they start passionately making out. In another awkward scene, one naked guy asks his roommate which Instragram filter makes his penis look biggest. LOL.

Enjoy the video below – it’s quite entertaining.

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Beyonce has inspired her share of viral videos, but I haven’t seen one this good in quite some time.

In the following video that is just starting to go viral, a young asian boy (wearing a Snuggie) has recreated Beyonce’s “Countdown” music video and it’s so well done. I seriously couldn’t take my eyes off of it. The choreography and facial expressions were bang on, the editing was amazing, and the wardrobe and set were as perfect as he could probably achieve on his own. In the header photo, I included some screen shots from the video to give you a little taste of what to expect.

He first released the video on it’s own earlier this month, but since then a new video has come out that puts Beyonce’s version and his side by side as a comparison to show you how bang on everything is. I’ve included both videos below. Watch and enjoy!

Watch the amazing video after the jump…

With our TVs taken over by shows like The Glass House, Big Brother, and The Bachelorette this summer, it was the perfect time for The Onion to unleash a hilarious parody reality show they’ve called ‘Sex House‘. They’ve released the first episode, titled “Meet The Nymphos“.

Here’s the premise of the show: “Six sexy singles move into America’s hottest mansion meticulously designed for only one thing: sex. Tara, Jay and the gang kick off the best three months of their lives with a killer party featuring an ultra-sexy surprise ending.”

One of my favorite parts is when the “homosexual” guy realizes he’s the only gay guy in the house and has no one to hook up with. “I find it impossible to believe that they didn’t cast another gay guy. That would be a major oversight.” Watch episode 1 below.

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While most people (and muppets) are still making parodies of Carly Rae Jepsen‘s “Call Me Maybe” hit, others are still not over LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy And I Know It” song from last summer. Enter the Peterson Farm Brothers.

Their humorous and informative parody is called “I’m Farming And I Grow It,” promoting agriculture and showing everything that the do to help “feed everybody”. Some of the lyrics include: “When I step to the bunk (yeah) / This is what I see (Uh-huh)
All the hungry cattle are staring at me / I got passion for my plants and I ain’t afraid to show it show it show it show it / I’m farming and I grow it.”

I love this parody because they’re actually showing what their life is like, even sitting down at the table with their family and including them in the video. Did I mention this video has almost 5.5 million views? Check it out below!

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Another day, another Carly Rae JepsenCall Me Maybe” parody. This one’s a little different though as it’s Sesame Street’s “Cookie Monster” that’s singing the song.

When I first pushed play, I wasn’t sure if I could endure it the whole time because Cookie Monster doesn’t have the most pleasant sounding voice. That being said, the lyrics of his song “Share It Maybe” totally made up for it. Set in an office, Cookie monster sees cookies and wants his coworkers to share with him singing, “Hey, me just met you, and this is crazy, but you got cookie so share it maybe”. LOL.

The song hit number one on the iTunes singles chart and Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart in June and has been parodied by so many gays, celebrities, sports teams, and now puppets/muppets. We had the pleasure of meeting Carly Rae Jepsen a few days ago. Anyway, enjoy the video below and “Share It Maybe”!

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