Awesome Trainwreck of the Day

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It's been more than a week since Ark Music Factory unveiled "It's Thanksgiving," a teenybopper autotune song about turkey legs and mashed potatoes sung by 12-year-old Nicole Westbrook and written by Patrice Wilson (the mastermind behind Rebecca Black's "Friday"), and the "so bad that it's good" formula seems to be working. Since its YouTube debut on November 7, the video has garnered more than 7.7 million views and generated a lot of buzz in the news and social media, not to mention Westbrook's very first live performance on Access Hollywood this morning.

Highbrow Lowbrow of the Day

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Highbrow Lowbrow of the Day: As part of his ongoing series of stories "about people trying to control the Internet," The Men Who Stare At Goats author and This American Life contributor Jon Ronson pays a visit to Patrice Wilson -- the person "responsible" for unleashing upon

Here We Go Again? of the Day

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Here We Go Again? of the Day: 14-year-old Lexi St. George, the latest pop music product to roll off the Ark Music Factory assembly line, was "discovered" by CEO Patrice Wilson at a shopping mall casting call sponsored by GMA.

That's right: Patrice Wilson -- the man responsible for inflicting a second Black Plague on unsuspecting Earthicans -- was hired by Good Morning Am

Swag Jacking of the Day

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Swag Jacking of the Day: Brock Baker returns to do to Jenna Rose what he did to Rebecca Black: Make her single eminently more enjoyable with a simple overdub.

[mcgoiter.]

Creepy Creeper of the Day

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Creepy Creeper of the Day: Ark Music Factory founder and CEO Patrice "Weirdo Usher" Wilson sits down with a hard-hitting investigative journalist to clear up certain misconceptions about his legitimate, non-pedophilic music-making business.

One misconception that certainly gets cleared up: Patrice Wilson is a legitimate businessman who should definitely be allowed within 100 yards of children.

Also: Television and TV.

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Kids These Days of the Day

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Kids These Days of the Day: Ark Music Factory end-product Jenna Rose of "My Jeans" fame is back to protect her swag with a brand new video for her latest surefire ironic hit single, "O.M.G.".

Oh, BTW, she's 12 and you should go ahead and take a seat over there.

[ontd.]

Related: Rebecca