[Top 15] Videos that went viral in 2013

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Most viral videos of 2013
A picture speaks a thousand words. But what about a video then? A million at-least? Maybe more. But it definitely gets millions of views. Everyone of us are fond of videos. And Youtube is the best place to find them. In 2013, all of us would have watched a lot of videos belonging to different niches. But, which are the ones that the world watched and appreciated altogether? Have you watched all of them? Here is a list of the 15 best videos that went viral in 2013. Make sure not to miss any!

PSY - Gentleman M/V (614+ million views)

Park Jae-sang, the "Gangnam Style" fame, came up with another song. Even though it didn't get as viral as his first song which has already hit more than 1.8 billion views, it still managed to top the list by recording more than 600 million views till date.

Ylvis - The Fox (313+ million)

You might not believe, but this electronic dance song video was actually "created to fail". Ironically, it went viral, with a record hit count of more than 300 million. It was originally created to promote the new season of Ylvis' talk show.

Harlem Shake (97+ million)

Harlem Shake is actually an internet meme in the form of a video. As a result, it was replicated by many people in different forms, but using a similar concept. This one is the original army edition of the Harlem Shake videos. The short length of this video was an important factor in its success.

How animals eat their food (92+ million)

This video actually belongs to the comedy genre. It depicts two men enact the eating habits of various animals. But what is funny is that they are trying damn hard not to laugh. But you'll laugh for sure after watching it!

Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball (92+ million)

Don't go by the name of the video, it is actually a spoof of one of Miley's videos. It features a hairy, half-naked man singing Miley Cyrus on Chatroulette. Don't worry, you can watch the video along with your family. ;)

Baby&Me (69+ million)

This video is actually a commercial from a water company. In this video, adults see themselves as dancing babies. The water company, named Evian, already has a history of producing viral commercials. In 2009, "Roller Babies" was released, which features babies on skates.

Volvo Trucks - The Epic Split (66+ million)

Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme carry out his famous split between two reversing trucks. It is filmed in one-take only. The live test was setup to demonstrate the precision of Volvo Dynamic Steering. Some say it is the most epic of splits. Do you agree?

YOLO (54+ million)

YOLO actually refers to "Carpe Diem". But the video depicts its complete opposite. You must be smart enough to get the irony it represents. Good luck!

Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise (52+ million)

What if telekinesis was real? How would you react? This hidden camera experiment captures the reactions of unsuspecting customers at a New York City coffee shop as they witness a telekinetic event.

The NFL: A Bad Lip Reading (45+ million)

Are you a NFL fan? If yes, then this is a must watch. One of the best "Bad Lip Reading" video of all times. If these players actually meant what they are saying, they will be fined for sure. ;)

Mozart vs. Skrillex. Epic Rap Battles (43+ million)

Epic Rap Battles of History, abbreviated as ERBoH, is a Youtube video series. The series pits famous historical and pop culture figures against one another in a rap battle format. In this clip, 18th century classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart battles electronic musician Skrillex.

Pepsi MAX & Jeff Gordon: "Test Drive" (40+ million)

Jeff Gordon and Pepsi MAX go to a car dealership where a disguised Jeff Gordon takes an unsuspecting car salesman on the test drive of his life.

Meteorite crash in Russia (38+ million)

Meteorite explosions in the skies of Russia's Urals region has sparked panic in three major cities. Witnesses said that houses shuddered, windows were blown out and cellphones stopped working. Figure it out by yourself!

I forgot my phone (36+ million)

It is a short film about living the through the day without a smartphone. It shows groups of people in various social situations, the majority of which are utterly engrossed by their phones instead of the world around them.

Space Oddity (19+ million)

This video is a revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.

Are you the lucky one who has already watched all the above videos? Which one is your favorite?

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