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Look, covering Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend" with empty buckets of dairy product is not new. At all. The meme was already a minor YouTube fad last fall and lasted for several months, after which people got tired of it and moved on to paraplegic salamanders or whatever the next craze happened to be.

But yesterday a video of the same meme performed by 12-year-old and 8-year-old siblings hit YouTube, and the internet, with an attention span scorned even by goldfish, is hailing this "novel" take on Robyn's hit single as if it was never driven into the ground six months ago. Still, the kids are adorable and their voices blend well together, so who are we to begrudge their internet fame? At least it's a welcome break from that other pop song about calling people.

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She's going to need more than a bottle of Jack to clean her mouth now.

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The latest installment in Converse's "3 Artists, 1 Song" series finally has a video. The song features cartoon supergroup Gorillaz, Outkast rapper Andre 3000, and former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy. The video documents a morning in the life of Gorillaz vocalist 2D (rendered in glorious 3D) as he wakes up in a dystopian nightmare of shared housing.

This isn't the first of Converse's oddball grouping: they've also been responsible for a track by Julian Casablancas of the Strokes, Pharrell Williams, and Santigold, as well as Andrew W.K., Soulja Boy, and Matt and Kim.

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A six-year-old named Ethan has been making the rounds on the internet for his lively, expressive performance of Billy Joel's "Piano Man." The original video also mentions that he's "on the autism spectrum," which has probably fueled people's interest it.