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Cornish Teenager is Among YouTube 'Most Watched'
6:01am 20th December 2011
A Cornish teenager has landed one of the top five most watched YouTube videos of the year.
Michael Collings from Notter Bridge has had almost twelve million hits.
It is for his Britain's Got Talent Audition of Tracy Chapman's Fast Car.
The guitarist made it through to the finals of the series earlier this year. But millions of people have continued watching his audition.
It has ranked fifth overall. Enjoy it again here...
Here is the rest of the top five.
Number Four... err... it's a thing with a cat...
Number Three is a song 'by' Charlie Sheen, but has some naughty words in it. So let's move right along.
Number Two is the other Royal Wedding...
And Number One - proof that dogs love food...6:01am 20th December 2011
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