'Friday' Singer Rebecca Black Is Back And She's Changed
'Friday' Singer Rebecca Black Is Back And She's Changed
'Friday' Singer Rebecca Black Is Back And She's Changed
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'Friday' Singer Rebecca Black Is Back And She's Changed

Back in 2011, 13-year-old Rebecca Black's 'Friday' music video went viral and was called 'the world's worst song', attracting a wave of abuse towards the young girl. Now, she's back with a new single and she has something to say.

You may well remember the immortal lyrics 'It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday.' You may well have had a good laugh at the song. But in the online world it's often all too easy to forget that there's a real person behind the screen - in this case a young girl.

Now, Rebecca Black is speaking out about her experience of malicious Internet trolls. Speaking to the BBC, the now-20-year-old said 'I felt like I had the biggest 'kick me' sign on my back and everyone was just lining up before they'd even looked at me, I just had to breathe it all in, suck it up and be good. And doing that while everyone is just constantly ripping away at every piece of you, you are left with bones, you're left with nothing.'

Now, Rebecca Black is back with a brand new single, Satellites, which she says she is '100,000% proud' to put her name to. She's standing tall and is proud to say that she still loves music.

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