The Social Climber: Rebecca Black Returns with 'Saturday' Single
Dec. 8, 2013
By ABC NEWS
It's not always enough to know what's "trending." It kind of helps to know why. Welcome to the Social Climber, where we provide a quick primer on the people, places and things that are being feverishly searched and shared online -- and try to make sense of it all.
Rebecca Black Releases Originally Named Follow-up Single
Internet sensation Rebecca Black has unashamedly released the highly anticipated follow-up to her infamous viral music video "Friday," voted "worst song ever" by pundits when it came out just two short years ago.
"Saturday" is the title of her follow-up single, which has an up-tempo club beat and features a more confident 16-year-old Black singing alongside YouTube star Dave Days.
Kim Kardashian made the dreams of one Kimye fan come true when the TV star invited one of her Twitter followers to sit in the VIP section of a Kanye West concert.
Kardashian invited her number one fan with the twitter handle @MyleezaKardash to sit with her over Twitter.
After some initial confusion finding each other, the pair met up and posed for a few photos before the concert started.
Man Pops Out of Mascot Costume to Propose to Cheerleader
But can the whole team come to the wedding?
A Chicago Bulls cheerleader may be feeling extra cheerful, after her boyfriend proposed to her during the third quarter of a Bulls basketball game.
One of the members of the team's Luvabulls dancers thought she was merely adding some pep during the third quarter. But instead her fellow cheerleaders made her the center of a dance routine that ended with her boyfriend popping out in a Benny the Bull mascot costume and proposing in front of an entire stadium.
She said yes, and the Bulls went on to beat the Miami Heat 107-87
Ron Burgundy Interviews Peyton Manning
Looks like Ron Burgundy can also do sports.
The fictional news anchor with a killer mustache brought some classiness to ESPN this week when he interviewed quarterback Peyton Manning on SportsCenter.
Will Ferrell stayed in character as Ron Burgundy for the whole interview and asked hard hitting questions, like why Manning never grew a mustache.
Ferrell is out relentlessly promoting "Anchorman 2" movie out this month.
NASA Plans a Moon Garden
NASA has figured out one way to improve the moon, add a garden.
The space agency is looking to add a small lunar garden complete with basil, turnips, and Arabidopsis (a plant from the cabbage family.)
The garden will initially be in container no bigger than a coffee can and will act as a "canary in a coal" mine to see how life can develop on the lunar surface. At least there will be no weeding.