Chill’s top 9 music parody videos

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Parody is an accurate measure of a music video’s success: The more often fans spoof a video, the catchier and more well-known it probably is. To find the funniest parodies, however, look no further than Chill, a social network for video that allows users to rate and recommend their favorites. Its 17 million users have ranked the below videos as the funniest on the network.

Here are the nine most popular parody music videos on Chill right now:

1) Justin Bieber – “Boyfriend” Parody – Mischievious Studios

Paging Overly Attached Girlfriend… don’t let this give you any ideas.

2) Dark Knight Rises Music Video – DamIt’sGood

Batman becomes a rapper, but he shouldn’t quit his day job.

3) Katy Perry – “California Girls” Parody – Bart Baker

If you think the only thing that would make last summer’s hit better was a scantily clad octogenarian, this video is for you.

4) Kanye West -“Mercy” Parody – Mischievious Studios

Spiderman, Captain America, and friends make West’s hit a little bit more super.

5) Carly Rae Jepsen & Owl City – “Good Time” Parody – Mischievious Studios

Two singers explain why it’s not always a good time as they act out what might be the worst possible day anybody’s ever had.

6) Carly Rae Jepsen – Call me Maybe – Steve Kardynal

The Chatroulette parody of Jepson’s tune is so funny, we gave it its own article.

7) Taylor Swift – “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” Parody – Mischievious Studios

This parody explains more clearly why the relationship is doomed to fail.

8) Psy – “Gangnam Style” Parody – GOTHAM STYLE – Mischievious Studios

Mischievious Studios makes up nearly half this list, and after this pop-culture inspired parody, it’s easy to see why.

9) Psy –  Gangnam Style Misheard Lyrics – ChadWildClay

It’s easier to suspend your disbelief for this video if you don’t speak Korean.

Photo via BartBaKer/YouTube

Lauren Rae Orsini

Lauren Rae Orsini

Lauren Rae Orsini is a web culture reporter who specializes in anime and the business of fandom. Her work has been published by Forbes and Business Insider.