Watch: Amazing Call Me Maybe SuperCut


I’m sure I speak for everybody at this point that there is little I hate more than people singing along with Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” because—really—I’ve heard the original enough times. What I do love, though, are supercuts, especially when they’re well done. The video below, produced by Popdust, incorporates seemingly every single cover video and with it about half of the American (and Canadian) population. Watch for the general amazingness of 75 videos compiled together, ranging from an overweight girl dancing alone at a Burger King, to James Franco, to an accordion cover. It completes the democratization of this song that has long since entered North American consciousness.


  • guerrilladayproject

    We at Guerrilla Day Project thought we were in touch with Pop Culture, and then we see this video before we hear this song.  Thank you KGSR for playing good music instead.  Enjoy some counter culture on http://www.youtube.com/GuerrillaDay

  • guerrilladayproject

    We thought we were in touch with Pop Culture, and then we see this video before we hear this song.  Thank you KGSR for playing good music instead.  Enjoy some counter culture on www.youtube.com/GuerrillaDay

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