Think back to 2011 and try to remember that one song that was so bad that it was good. That song was called "Friday" and it was by a cute little 14-year-old girl named Rebecca Black.
Yep, now you remember it... and don't act like you don't!
Well, that little girl is still a teenage dream but she looks nothing like she did then. Now 19 years old, Rebecca turned heads on Wednesday while attending the inaugural Fashion Fundraiser for Make-A-Wish in Los Angeles.
Rebecca donned a white blouse and high-waisted black pants that showed off her toned, bare midriff.
The teen still sings music, but most of it is released via her YouTube channel and Twitter and she hasn't caught lighting in a bottle with her music since the infamous song that boasted, "It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday. Everybody's looking forward to the weekend, weekend." (Those lyrics -- eat your heart out, Paul McCartney!)
To date, the song, released in September 2011, has racked up nearly 100 million views on YouTube.
She even made a sequel to the song called, you guessed it, "Saturday."
Rebecca is actually on the verge of releasing a song called "The Great Divide," which she's been promoting on Twitter.
"(Less than) 2 DAYS UNTIL #TheGreatDivide! Yeah I know...I'm a little late to the party on this one BUT IM STOKED," she tweeted on Aug. 24.
So, for those keeping score, the new song will be released on.... Friday. How fitting.
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