Girls' Generation have proven once again that they're still the biggest girl group in the world by hitting 100 million views on YouTube for their "I Got a Boy" music video.
It's another huge achievement for the clip, which already picked up the Video of the Year honour at last year's first ever YouTube Music Awards.
This is the second Girls' Generation music video to cross 100 million views on YouTube so far; the first, "Gee," reached the milestone over a year ago (it now stands at 123 million views). The ninesome's 2011 hit, "The Boys," should also get there soon, as its currently at 96 million views and counting.
To put all of this into perspective, Girls' Generation is currently the only girl group besides The Pussycat Dolls to have more than one music video with over 100 million views. The only other act to achieve the same numbers with just one video is Japan's AKB48 with "Heavy Rotation," while 2NE1 and Little Mix are close behind with 95 million views for "I Am The Best" and "Wings," respectively.
In other words, Girls' Generation is still about ten steps ahead of the competition. It's gonna be a long time before any other group can even come close to GG's current success.
The model has accused photographer Jonathan Leder of sexually assaulting her in 2012.
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Emily Ratajkowski isn't one to stay silent.
The model and actress, who's perhaps most widely recognized as "the girl from the 'Blurred Lines' music video," has used her platform over the past few years to engage in notable activism. She was spotted at Black Lives Matter protests in Los Angeles earlier this year and has been a loud advocate for women's rights, even serving as a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood.
Ah, the nostalgia...
Today's youth doesn't understand the joy that came with shredding on a plastic guitar.
As Guitar Hero became a global phenomenon, groups of friends spent countless after school hours trying to conquer complex offerings from Van Halen, Metallica, Buckethead, Slayer, and the Charlie Daniels Band. The next day, they'd regale their peers with their efforts, as one friend would chime in and say he knows a guy's cousin who allegedly scored 100% on DragonForce's elusive "Through the Fire and Flames" on "expert" difficulty.