Most watched YouTube videos of the week

While the Muppets' cover of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is spreading just as quickly on YouTube as on Twitter and other sites, political issues are having a comeback on the online video platform this week thanks to
New Left Media: users have been busy commenting on the critical report on the lack of political awareness of Sarah Palin's fans who attended the book signing for her
Going Rogue bestseller.

1) ' The Muppets: Bohemian Rhapsody' - The cover version of the Queen hit is on its way to internet cult status. 4 534 020 views.

2) ' Bethel College Football Trick Play' - The team wins against Sterling College on November 14 thanks to a fake pitch and touchdown pass. 2 814 307 views.

3) ' Tila Tequila Strips on Cam and PETA does its thing.' - YouTube vlogger Philip de Franco uses attention-grabbing headlines as usual to lure viewers onto his channel. 2 430 770 views.

4) ' HOT TEENS GONE WILD ON DEGRASSI!' - Shane Dawson's parody of the Canadian high school drama Degrassi did not only attract almost two million hits but also close to 20,000 comments. 1 969 253 views.

5) ' Carmen Electra has a tape too!' - De Franco on the pin-up's new racy video, controversy about a US cop crashing in his car at 94mph, and video game Modern Warfare. 1 616 126 views.

6) ' What is Google Chrome OS?' - An easy explanation of how the new browser-only Google Chrome operating system will be different from others. 1 576 558 views.

7) ' 11-22-2009 - Thunder vs. Lakers - Kobe Circus Shot Over The Backboard From Behind The Basket (SD)' - NBA basketballer Kobe Bryant from the LA Lakers scores a behind-the-basket shot during a game against Oklahoma City Thunder on November 22. 1 194 646 views.

8) ' Closet Door Fail' - The latest post by the Fail Blog, which has previously been criticized by commenters for its tasteless and spiteful videos, shows a little girl being hit by her closet door. It also shows at what young age kids video-blog today. 1 181 239 views.

9) ' Demi Lovato 17th Birthday Party' - US actress Demi Lovato dances at her own birthday party. 1 164 749 views.

10) ' SARAH PALIN BOOK SIGNING - Interviews with Supporters' - New Left Media gets vague answers on Palin's policies from the politician's supporters. 1 062 283 views.

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