YouTube “Friday” sensation/Internet punching bag displays her indomitable spirit on national TV.
Internet fame is a double-edged sword. Just ask teen songbird Rebecca Black. Though the video for her song "Friday" has lit the Web ablaze, racking up more than 7 million views on YouTube, she's also endured the slings and arrows of anonymous boors who've cyber-bullied the budding chanteuse with wishes of physical harm.
Black appeared in her own defense on "Good Morning America'" on (what else?) Friday to deliver her side of the story. Black's verdict? You might hate her music, but you can't resist it."
"Even a person who doesn't like it, it's still gonna get stuck in their heads," Black opines.
Indeed, Ms. Black, catchiness is the best revenge.
Catch "Friday"-mania by clicking on the video below.