Here are the week's most popular videos on YouTube.
1) willow smith-whip my hair new 2010 - Unofficial video of "Whip my hair," the debut club anthem from Willow Smith, the daughter of actor and rapper Will Smith. The nine-year-old has already signed a record deal with rapper Jay-Z's Roc Nation label. 2,940,358 views.
2) 2NE1- GO AWAY [HD] -One of three lead singles from the all girl Korean pop group 2NE1, pronounced as "to anyone." The song is sung in English interspersed with
Korean. 2,576,139 views.
3) Maroon 5- Give A Little More- The American rock band gets the party started in the video for its latest single "Give A Little More" from forthcoming album Hands All Over. 2,504,088 views.
4) 2NE1- CLAP YOUR HANDS (
??? ) - Music video to "Clap your hands," one of three lead singles from Korean girl group 2NE1 who sing in a mixture of Korean and English. 2,631,329 views.
5) Cute Girl Has A Catchy Dance - Video of a young girl leading a group of adults in a catchy coordinated dance routine as part of the Samsung Galaxy 580 "Use your influence" advertising campaign. 2,619,284 views.
6) woman takes watermellon (sic) to face from giant slingshot - Clip of a woman hitting herself, rather than the target when attempting to fire a watermelon from a slingshot. The clip is taken from the new series of the TV show The Amazing Race which premieres on American TV September 26. 2,112,865 views.
7) Rope Swing FAIL- from the FAIL Blog's collection of calamities, this video shows a woman attempting a rope swing over a river, only to land on the embankment. 1,974,115 views.
8) Herding Cats -A look behind IKEA UK's experiment to release 100 housecats into its Wembley store. The film crew ends up cutting a hole through an internal store wall in order to rescue a trapped cat. 1,894,053 views.
9) 2NE1 - CAN'T NOBODY [HD] -The third lead single from all girl band 2NE1, this dance anthem from the Korean group is from their self-titled debut album. 2,108,486 views.
10) The Original Human PAC-MAN Performance by Guillaume Reymond - As part of his 'Game Over' project Guillaume Reymond reconstructs the classic 80's arcade game Pac-Man using human volunteers dressed in different colored T-shirts. 1,732,781 views.
Ranking collected on YouTube.com on Friday, September 17, 2010.
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