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Boy Band Sings “Facebook Official”, Being Called Worst Exposure Ever


I have a video to show you which is being called the next Rebecca Black “Friday” video. It’s also being called Facebook’s worst exposure ever. Introducing boy band Heart2Heart singing “Facebook Official”.

Adage put it well saying this video is “so-horrible-it’s-hilarious” and “warning: it can’t be unseen”.

The video is catching on. It currently has over 900,000 views on YouTube and has a social media twist to it, which tweens and teens love. Apparently.

The jest of the video is making your relationship “official” by changing your Facebook relationship status. Here are a few of the lyrics.

Put a heart on your page, heart-heart on your page
Let’s make it official
Baby you and me, you and me
Facebook official

Status update, what?
Checking the pics of your butt
Did you see that link on your wall?
Girl, I don’t wanna play Farmville, I just wanna play for real

So, are you going to download this on your iPod right now? Why do you think this video is catching on? Feel free to share your opinions in the comment section below. I can’t wait to hear them. Someone needs to write a song about Facebook’s Failures asap.


  • Anonymous

    I don’t even know what to think. I may have to watch it again. And again 🙂  

  • Tee Are

    Is this supposed to be like when Jack-in-the-Box had the Meaty Cheesy Boys announce their Ultimate Cheeseburger? The Meaty Cheesy Boys were actually funny & relevant to the time as we were obsessing over boybands N’Sync & Backstreet Boys http://youtu.be/ifUJ5–4tjI <– check out the Meaty Cheesy Boys if you're unfamiliar.

  • Julie Bonner

    @NikkiKatz:disqus  – I hate it so much I love it. 🙂
    @Tee Are – I have never heard of the Meaty Cheesy Boys. I’ll have to go check them out! This new band, Heart2Heart – their mentor is Lance Bass from N’Sync.

  • seri-park

    This ripoffs from the most popular bands in the world (Super Junior, SHINee, TVXQ), and does a poor job of it.

  • seri-park

    I think it’s actually a parody of Korean pop (in copying elements from Se7en, Teen Top, Super Junior, SHINee)

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