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Top 5 YouTube videos for 2011

YOUTUBE has revealed the most popular videos watched by Australians in 2011.

The top five are:

1. Rebecca Black, Friday  - love it or hate it, it was the most watched YouTube video by Australians this year. It has almost 13 million views to date.

2. Ultimate Dog Tease - we're not the only ones who enjoyed watching this 'taking dog' being teased. The video is just shy of 75 million views.

3. An Awkward Moment - Belinda Heggen's response to presenter Mark Aiston's "it's amazing how something so small can be so impressive" comment on Channel 10 has some 7 million views on YouTube.

4. Jack Sparrow (feat Michael Bolton) - Michael Bolton lends his voice to a Lonely Island's Pirates of the Carribean hip-hop tribute. It has more than 60 million views on YouTube.

5.Songify This - Winning: a song by Charlie Sheen - Charlie Sheen's 'Winning' speech gets Songified  as well as more than 30 million hits on YouTube.

See what the world watched on YouTube in 2011 with Rebecca Black for YouTube Rewind: 

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