YouTube Reveals Most Watched Videos For 2011 On YouTube Rewind [News]

2011 is drawing to a close, and many sites such as Twitter and Facebook are introducing their top stories of the year. In the spirit, YouTube has released YouTube Rewind, a recap in YouTube videos of everything that happened in 2011.

This year, YouTube has reached one trillion views (that’s 1,000,000,000,000 playbacks), and they are now announcing the most watched videos of the year, most watched music videos, most viewed channels and more. On the Rewind site, you can view an interactive timeline of the entire year, with all the most popular videos for each month.

There were many viral videos this year, which one had the most views? Was it Nyan Cat? The talking dog? Was it a baby video? Or the usual cat flick? Watch this video to find out:

If a teaser is not enough, you can watch all the top 10 videos on this playlist. That is, if you haven’t watched them a hundred times already.

So what do you think of the list? Is there an awesome video that’s sorely missing?

Source: YouTube Blog

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Comments (2)
  • draniqa

    great, isnt it?? youtube is one of the most viewable site of this year . trillion views in one year is a history which i guess soon to be breaked by itself.

  • Joel Lee

    Wow, one trillion views? No wonder the world is falling apart. We’re all too busy laughing at cats on the internet!

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