The world is fascinated with disasters.
Don’t believe me? Just check last month’s top 10 viral videos, as compiled by tubemogul
There are several videos of actual disasters (like the quake/tsunami in Japan); two of celebrity train wrecks (Charlie Sheen), and one—the most popular by far—of a song that pierces the eardrums (Rebecca Black’s “Friday”).
With no further ado, here are the top 10 viral videos from March, based on total views across the Web (not just on YouTube). Music videos from major labels are not included on the list.
No. 10: Charlie Sheen says he’s “winning.” (9.6 million)
No. 9: Footage of 9/11 attacks from police helicopter (10.6 million)
No. 8: Japanese dog refuses to leave injured friend (10.7 million)
No. 7: ‘I just had sex’ (12.1 million)
No. 6: Earthquake in Sendai (13.4 million)
No. 5: Scared baby (13.4 million)
No. 4: Aerial view of Japanese tsunami (14.3 million)
No. 3: “Winning” – a song by Charlie Sheen (17.4 million)
No. 2: Video of tsunami waves reaching Sendai airport in Japan (18.3 million)
No. 1: “Friday” by Rebecca Black (48.1 million)
(via Business Insider