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Oh No, Rebecca Black Released A Sequel To 'Friday'

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Rebecca Black, the teen who shot to fame with her devastating viral hit "Friday," released her sequel to the much-maligned song today, just in time for the anniversary of Pearl Harbor.

Here, the 16-year-old sings about hangovers and parties, although the party in the video takes cliches out of every teen comedy ever made. Look, a blow-up doll! Red Solo cups! A dude in a crazy costume! Haha, hopefully our parents don't come home early, you guys!

With this song and her recent reaction vid to the song that catapulted her to stardom, we can deduce that at least she seems pretty self-aware about the whole thing.

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