According to YouTube's year-end analysis of Singapore's video trends, we seem to be really, really patriotic people.
In 2017, Disney dropped YouTube vlogger Felix Kjellberg, known as "PewDiePie", from its collection of YouTube channels called Maker Studios.
"We were there watching the YouTube live stream - there was 11 million people concurrently watching the live stream - and then we went on to re-watching".
The Verge even criticized the YouTube Rewind 2018, saying that YouTube chose to spotlight certain stars and to ignore others in an effort to "appease advertisers".
Anyway, YouTube is happy to report that local YouTubers had their subscribers double in count, with a total of eight local channel having more than a million subscribers each.
And while the YouTube Rewind 2018 is the #1 video on YouTube right now, the people are speaking out on social media to further prove that it has been a major disappointment this year.
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Those seeking a ban on the film accused it of hurting Hindu sentiments and alleged that it was promoting love jihad . Meanwhile, the state government held a meeting chaired by chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat late in the evening.
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The revelation follows a forensic examination of a hotel where she was last seen on Saturday 1 December with a "male companion". Earlier in the day police released photographs of a necklace and a watch in the hopes of finding her whereabouts.
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And of course there's an appearance from Mason Ramsey, aka the Yodelling Walmart Kid and one of the biggest viral sensations of the year.
An episode of James Corden's Carpool Karaoke gained the number four spot on the YouTube Rewind list.
Last year's Rewind featured Despacito, multiple Salt Bae references and Logan Paul, who was notably absent from this year's clip following a controversy-packed year.
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The video is 8:13 minutes long, and was released December 6, 2018. Last year's clip was viewed more than 200 million times, and the newest installment, created again by digital content studio Portal A, is off to a tire-squealing start with almost 5 million views in its first two hours.
"I think what makes this video in particular so compelling is how authentic and real it feels", said Brindle.
At time of publication, the video has a staggering 2.2 million dislikes-more than double the 1 million likes it's garnered.