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List of most viewed YouTube videos

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Psy performing "Gangnam Style" in Sydney in 2013. The "Gangnam Style" music
video has been the most viewed video on YouTube since November 2012, with
over 2.89 billion views as of July 2017.

This list of most viewed YouTube videos contains the top 80 videos with the
most views of all time, as derived from YouTube charts.[1] Videos that YouTube
suspects have had their view counts manipulated are not included in this list.[2]
View counts are based on the YouTube website; many of the videos are music
videos that play through YouTube's partner site, Vevo, and YouTube view counts
will lag those of Vevo by a few days.[1] Of the 80 videos in this list, 77 are music
videos, with 54 of them being Vevo videos.

These videos include the "Billion View Club", a group of videos whose view
counts have exceeded one billion (109) views each. Prior to June 28, 2015, only
two videos, "Gangnam Style" and "Baby", had reached this milestone, but less
than 3 months later, on October 7, 2015, ten videos had done so.[3] As of July
2017, a total of 67 videos have exceeded one billion views, 14 of which have
exceeded two billion views.[4]

The five fastest videos to reach one billion views are "Hello" (87 days),
"Despacito" (97 days), "Shape of You" (97 days), "Sorry" (137 days), and
"Chantaje" (140 days).[3][5][6][7]

The five fastest videos to reach two billion views are "Despacito" (154 days),
"Sorry" (394 days), "See You Again" (515 days), "Hello" (620 days) and
"Gangnam Style" (684 days).

As of July 2017, Justin Bieber is the only artist to have four videos exceeding one
billion views. Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris each have three videos that exceed
one billion views, while Katy Perry, Fifth Harmony, Psy, Adele, Ellie Goulding,
Shakira, The Weeknd, Ed Sheeran, and Ariana Grande each have two. Taylor
Swift is the only artist to have two videos exceeding two billion views.

Contents
1 Top videos
o 1.1 All-time
o 1.2 By year of release
2 Historical most viewed videos
3 See also
4 Notes
5 References

Top videos
All-time

The following table lists the top 80 most viewed videos on YouTube, with each
total rounded to the nearest million views, as well as the creator and date of
publication to YouTube.[A]

Indicates the video is not a music video


Views Upload Note
Rank Video name Uploader / artist
(billions) date s
July 15, [B]
1. "Gangnam Style"[8] Psy 2.891
2012
Wiz Khalifa featuring April 6, [C]
2. "See You Again"[12] 2.886
Charlie Puth 2015
October 22, [D]
3. "Sorry"[16] Justin Bieber 2.628
2015
Mark Ronson November [E]
4. "Uptown Funk"[19] 2.544
featuring Bruno Mars 19, 2014
Luis Fonsi featuring January 12, [F]
5. "Despacito"[24] 2.415
Daddy Yankee 2017
"Masha and the
January 31, [G]
6. Bear: Recipe for Get Movies 2.299
2012
Disaster"[28]
August 18,
7. "Shake It Off"[33] Taylor Swift 2.242 [H]
2014
Enrique Iglesias
featuring Descemer April 11,
8. "Bailando"[38] 2.225 [I]
Bueno and Gente De 2014
Zona
January 14,
9. "Sugar"[43] Maroon 5 2.142 [J]
2015
September
10. "Roar"[47] Katy Perry 2.122 [K]
5, 2013
November
11. "Blank Space"[52] Taylor Swift 2.099 [L]
10, 2014
Major Lazer and DJ March 22,
12. "Lean On"[57] 2.097 [M]
Snake featuring M 2015
Views Upload Note
Rank Video name Uploader / artist
(billions) date s
"All About That June 11, [N]
13. Meghan Trainor 2.010
Bass"[62] 2014
October 22, [O]
14. "Hello"[66] Adele 2.003
2015
Katy Perry featuring February [P]
15. "Dark Horse"[70] 1.984
Juicy J 20, 2014
"Wheels on the August 9, [Q]
16. LittleBabyBum 1.917
Bus"[73] 2014
May 31, [R]
17. "Counting Stars"[75] OneRepublic 1.859
2013
"What Do You August 30, [S]
18. Justin Bieber 1.722
Mean?"[78] 2015
"Thinking Out October 7, [T]
19. Ed Sheeran 1.713
Loud"[79] 2014
January 30, [U]
20. "Shape of You"[80] Ed Sheeran 1.701
2017
"This Is What You Calvin Harris June 16, [V]
21. 1.690
Came For"[81] featuring Rihanna 2016
"Closer (Lyric The Chainsmokers July 29, [W]
22. 1.690
video)"[82] featuring Halsey 2016
Justin Bieber featuring February [X]
23. "Baby"[83] 1.654
Ludacris 19, 2010
Fifth Harmony
"Work from February [Y]
24. featuring Ty Dolla 1.621
Home"[85] 26, 2016
$ign
May 6,
25. "Chandelier"[87] Sia 1.620 [Z]
2014
July 25,
26. "Let Her Go"[90] Passenger 1.505 [AA]
2012
"Love Me Like You January 22, [AB]
27. Ellie Goulding 1.492
Do"[92] 2015
Shakira featuring November
28. "Chantaje"[93] 1.489 [AC]
Maluma 18, 2016
"Waka Waka (This Shakira featuring June 4, [AD]
29. 1.456
Time for Africa)"[94] Freshlyground 2010
Fifth Harmony March 28,
30. "Worth It"[96] 1.429 [AE]
featuring Kid Ink 2015
"Love the Way You Eminem featuring August 5, [AF]
31. 1.344
Lie"[98] Rihanna 2010
Avicii featuring Aloe July 29,
32. "Wake Me Up"[100] 1.343 [AG]
Blacc 2013
Views Upload Note
Rank Video name Uploader / artist
(billions) date s
"Watch Me
June 25, [AH]
33. (Whip/Nae Silent 1.326
2015
Nae)"[102]
August 29,
34. "Ay Vamos"[103] J Balvin 1.317 [AI]
2014
December
35. "Rude"[105] Magic! 1.316 [AJ]
5, 2013
LMFAO featuring
"Party Rock March 8, [AK]
36. Lauren Bennett and 1.312
Anthem"[107] 2011
GoonRock
October 26,
37. "Hotline Bling"[109] Drake 1.258 [AL]
2015
"Propuesta September [AM]
38. Romeo Santos 1.232
Indecente"[110] 9, 2013
"We Don't Talk Charlie Puth featuring August 2, [AN]
39. 1.222
Anymore"[112] Selena Gomez 2016
November
40. "Love Yourself"[113] Justin Bieber 1.193 [AO]
14, 2015
Clean Bandit featuring
October 21,
41. "Rockabye"[114] Sean Paul & Anne- 1.190 [AP]
2016
Marie
"Johny Johny Yes November [AQ]
42. ChuChu TV 1.181
Papa"[115] 14, 2014
December
43. "Faded"[116] Alan Walker 1.174 [AR]
3, 2015
"Hasta el January 14, [AS]
44. Nicky Jam 1.168
Amanecer"[117] 2016
April 15,
45. "The Lazy Song"[118] Bruno Mars 1.150 [AT]
2011
July 7,
46. "Burn"[119] Ellie Goulding 1.142 [AU]
2013
"Treat You July 12, [AV]
47. Shawn Mendes 1.138
Better"[120] 2016
April 6,
48. "Summer"[121] Calvin Harris 1.137 [AW]
2014
"Rolling in the November [AX]
49. Adele 1.135
Deep"[122] 30, 2010
"Let It Go Sing- Idina Menzel (Disney January 30, [AY]
50. 1.126
along"[123] UK) 2014
October 2,
51. "All of Me"[124] John Legend 1.117 [AZ]
2013
Views Upload Note
Rank Video name Uploader / artist
(billions) date s
The Weeknd featuring September [BA]
52. "Starboy"[125] 1.113
Daft Punk 28, 2016
"How Deep Is Your Calvin Harris August 6, [BB]
53. 1.113
Love"[126] featuring Disciples 2015
David Guetta
featuring Nicki Minaj, May 19,
54. "Hey Mama"[127] 1.107 [BC]
Bebe Rexha and 2015
Afrojack
June 29,
55. "Picky"[128] Joey Montana 1.097 [BD]
2015
April 13,
56. "Gentleman"[129] Psy 1.090 [BE]
2013
May 27,
57. "The Hills"[131] The Weeknd 1.088 [BF]
2015
Jennifer Lopez March 3,
58. "On the Floor"[132] 1.087 [BG]
featuring Pitbull 2011
Taylor Swift featuring May 17,
59. "Bad Blood"[133] 1.086 [BH]
Kendrick Lamar 2015
Macklemore & Ryan August 29,
60. "Thrift Shop"[134] 1.083 [BI]
Lewis featuring Wanz 2012
Ricky Martin September
61. "Vente Pa' Ca"[135] 1.069 [BJ]
featuring Maluma 22, 2016
November
62. "Diamonds"[136] Rihanna 1.026 [BK]
8, 2012
June 17,
63. "Animals"[137] Martin Garrix 1.023 [BL]
2013
Ariana Grande May 30,
64. "Problem"[138] 1.021 [BM]
featuring Iggy Azalea 2014
"The Gummy Bear October 9, [BN]
65. Gummibr 1.020
Song"[139] 2007
April 27,
66. "Stressed Out"[140] Twenty One Pilots 1.016 [BO]
2015
Ariana Grande August 29,
67. "Side to Side"[141] 1.015 [BP]
featuring Nicki Minaj 2016
July 14,
68. "Shaky Shaky"[142] Daddy Yankee 0.999
2016
Nicky Jam featuring March 23,
69. "El Perdn"[143] 0.993
Enrique Iglesias 2015
Chino & Nacho
"Andas en Mi April 20,
70. featuring Daddy 0.989
Cabeza"[144] 2016
Yankee
Views Upload Note
Rank Video name Uploader / artist
(billions) date s
October 28,
71. "Firework"[145] Katy Perry 0.988
2010
November
72. "El Pollito Pio"[146] pulcinopiotv 0.988
29, 2012
June 4,
73. "Not Afraid"[147] Eminem 0.984
2010
"Call Me March 1,
74. Carly Rae Jepsen 0.973
Maybe"[148] 2012
"Last Friday Night June 12,
75. Katy Perry 0.965
(T.G.I.F.)"[149] 2011
November
76. "Happy"[150] Pharrell Williams 0.963
21, 2013
Carlos Vives and July 8,
77. "La Bicicleta"[151] 0.956
Shakira 2016
"Where Are Jack and Justin June 29,
78. 0.951
Now"[152] Bieber 2015
Pitbull featuring November
79. "Timber"[153] 0.950
Ke$ha 25, 2013
Jessie J, Ariana
August 25,
80. "Bang Bang"[154] Grande and Nicki 0.949
2014
Minaj
As of July 8, 2017

By year of release

The following table lists the current top 5 most viewed YouTube videos uploaded
in each year, with each total rounded to the nearest million views, as well as the
uploader and date of publication to YouTube.[BQ]

As of July 2017, only Gummibr, Eminem, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran have
two videos in the top 5 of a single year. Ed Sheeran is the only one to have two
videos for the same song in the top 5 of a single year. His videos for "Shape of
You" reached a combined total of two billion views in 130 days.[80][155]

Views Upload
Year Video name Uploader Notes
(millions) date
December
"guitar"[156] guitar90 92
20, 2005
"Johnny Cash December
2005 beachbuggy 77
Hurt"[157] 12, 2005
"Bohemian September
Frozentoast 63
Rhapsody"[158] 18, 2005
"Insane Human October
Itoh1451 43
Beat Box"[159] 30, 2005
September
"Urban Ninja"[160] mrWoot 42
2, 2005
Combined views (2005) 317 [161][162]

"Galinha
Pintadinha - December
Galinha Pintadinha 408
videoclip infantil 28, 2006
animado"[163]
"Evolution of April 6, [BS]
Judson Laipply 299
Dance"[164] 2006
2006 April 27,
[BR] "Ella y Yo"[165] Remix Trapcity 293
2006
"I Write Sins Not July 18,
Fueled By Ramen 193
Tragedies"[166] 2006
"If you are September
aliciaaa2 178
happy"[167] 5, 2006
Combined views (2006) 1371 [1][168]

"The Gummy Bear October 9,


icanrockyourworld 1017
Song"[139] 2007
"Charlie Bit My May 22, [BU]
HDCYT 851
Finger"[169] 2007
[170] March 4,
2007 "Numb" Linkin Park 544
2007
[BT]
"thigh massage June 12,
massagevideo 279
video"[171] 2007
"Je m'appelle October
icanrockyourworld 277
Funny Bear"[172] 15, 2007
Combined views (2007) 2968 [1][168]

October
"Hot n Cold"[173] KatyPerryVEVO 651
13, 2008
"Pintinho
Amarelinho - DVD September
Galinha Pintadinha 433
Galena 15, 2008
Pintadinha"[174]
2008
August 4,
"Viva la Vida"[175] Coldplay Official 417
2008
"Bohemian August 1,
Queen Official 387
Rhapsody"[176] 2008
"Colgando en tus October
Warner Music Spain 345
manos"[177] 29, 2008
Combined views (2008) 2233 [1]

November
"Bad Romance"[178] LadyGagaVEVO 838 [BV]
23, 2009
"November December
GunsNRosesVEVO 818
Rain"[179] 24, 2009
"You Belong with June 16,
[180] TaylorSwiftVEVO 728
2009 Me" 2009
"Single Ladies (Put October 2,
beyonceVEVO 587
a Ring on It)"[181] 2009
"Party in the September
hollywoodrecords 574
U.S.A."[182] 25, 2009
Combined views (2009) 3545 [1]

February
"Baby"[83] JustinBieberVEVO 1651 [BW]
19, 2010
"Waka Waka (This
June 4,
Time for shakiraVEVO 1451
2010
Africa)"[94]
"Love the Way August 5,
2010 You Lie"[98] EminemVEVO 1342
2010
"Rolling in the November
AdeleVEVO 1132
Deep"[122] 30, 2010
June 4,
"Not Afraid"[147] EminemVEVO 982
2010
Combined views (2010) 6558 [1]

"Party Rock March 8,


LMFAOVEVO 1311
Anthem"[107] 2011
"The Lazy April 15,
Bruno Mars 1147
Song"[118] 2011
March 3,
"On the Floor"[132] JenniferLopezVEVO 1086
2011 2011
"Last Friday Night June 12,
KatyPerryVEVO 963
(T.G.I.F.)"[149] 2011
"Somebody That I July 5,
gotyemusic 922
Used to Know"[183] 2011
Combined views (2011) 5429 [1]

July 15,
"Gangnam Style"[8] officialpsy 2887 [BX]
2012
2012 "
January 31,
- Get Movies 2286
2012
"[28]
July 25,
"Let Her Go"[90] Passenger 1500
2012
August 29,
"Thrift Shop"[134] Ryan Lewis 1082
2012
November
"Diamonds"[136] RihannaVEVO 1024
8, 2012
Combined views (2012) 8779 [1]

September
"Roar"[47] KatyPerryVEVO 2113
5, 2013
May 31,
"Counting Stars"[75] OneRepublicVEVO 1853
2013
July 29,
"Wake Me Up"[100] AviciiVEVO 1341
2013 2013
December
"Rude"[105] ournameismagicVEVO 1312
5, 2013
"Propuesta September
RomeoSantosVEVO 1230
Indecente"[110] 9, 2013
Combined views (2013) 7849 [1]

November
"Uptown Funk"[19] MarkRonsonVEVO 2534
19, 2014
August 18,
"Shake It Off"[33] TaylorSwiftVEVO 2233
2014
April 11,
"Bailando"[38] EnriqueIglesiasVEVO 2215
2014 2014
November
"Blank Space"[52] TaylorSwiftVEVO 2095
10, 2014
"All About That June 11,
MeghanTrainorVEVO 2002
Bass"[62] 2014
Combined views (2014) 11079 [1]

"See You April 6,


Wiz Khalifa 2878
Again"[12] 2015
October
"Sorry"[16] JustinBieberVEVO 2622
22, 2015
January 14,
"Sugar"[43] Maroon5VEVO 2136
2015 2015
March 22,
"Lean On"[57] majorlazer 2093
2015
October
"Hello"[66] AdeleVEVO 2001
22, 2015
Combined views (2015) 11730 [1]
"This Is What You June 16,
CalvinHarrisVEVO 1683
Came For"[81] 2016
"Closer (Lyric July 29,
ChainsmokersVEVO 1680
video)"[82] 2016
"Work from February
[85] FifthHarmonyVEVO 1617
2016 Home" 26, 2016
November
"Chantaje"[93] shakiraVEVO 1466
18, 2016
"We Don't Talk August 2,
Charlie Puth 1206
Anymore"[112] 2016
Combined views (2016) 7652 [1]

January 12,
"Despacito"[24] LuisFonsiVEVO 2324
2017
January 30,
"Shape of You"[80] Ed Sheeran 1651
2017
January 15,
"El Amante"[184] NickyJamTV 695
2017 2017
"Shape of You January 5,
Ed Sheeran 675
(Lyric video)"[155] 2017
"Thats What I March 1,
Bruno Mars 655
Like"[185] 2017
Combined views (2017) 6000 [1]

As of July 3, 2017

Historical most viewed videos


The following table lists the last 13 videos to become YouTube's most viewed
video, from October 2005 to the present.

Current record
Former record
Indicates the video has since been removed from YouTube
Date Day
Uploa Ref(s Note
Video name Uploader Views* achieve s
d date ) s
d held
"Gangnam 803,700,00 Jul 15, Nov 24, 1,68 [9] [BY]
officialpsy
Style"[8] 0 2012 2012 7
Feb
[83] 245,400,00 Jul 16, [84] [BZ]
"Baby" JustinBieberVEVO 19, 862
0 2010
2010
Date Day
Uploa Ref(s Note
Video name Uploader Views* achieve s
d date ) s
d held
Nov
"Bad 178,400,00 Apr 14, [189] [CA]
LadyGagaVEVO 23, 93
Romance"[178] 0 2010
2009
"Charlie Bit May
128,900,00 Oct 25, [192]
My HDCYT 22, 171
0 2009
Finger"[169] 2007
"Evolution of 118,900,00 Apr 6, May 2, [193]
Judson Laipply 176
Dance"[164] 0 2006 2009
Feb
"Girlfriend"[1 Jul 17, [195]
94] RCARecords 92,600,000 27, 289
2008
2007
"Evolution of Apr 6, Mar 15, [196]
Judson Laipply 78,400,000 124
Dance"[164] 2006 2008
"Music Is My
CLARUSBARTEL Apr 9, Feb 29, [198] [CB]
Hot Hot 76,600,000 15
72 2007 2008
Sex"[197]
"Evolution of Apr 6, May 19, [201] [CC]
Judson Laipply 10,600,000 651
Dance"[164] 2006 2006
"Pokemon Nov
Mar 12, [203] [CD]
Theme Music Smosh 4,300,000 28, 68
2006
Video"[202] 2005
"Myspace - Jan
Feb 18, [207]
The eggtea 2,700,000 31, 22
2006
Movie"[206] 2006
"Phony Photo Dec 1, Jan 21, [209] [CE]
mugenized 3,400,000 28
Booth"[208] 2005 2006
"The Chronic Dec
Jan 9, [211]
of Narnia youtubedude 2,300,000 18, 12
2006
Rap"[210] 2005
"Ronaldinho: Oct
Oct 31, [213] [CF]
Touch of Nikesoccer 255,000 21, 70
2005
Gold"[212] 2005
"I/O Oct 5, Oct 29, [217]
larfus 247,000 2
Brush"[216] 2005 2005
As of July 8, 2017

*The approximate number of views each video had when it became YouTube's most viewed video.

Charts [show]

See also
List of most viewed Vevo videos
List of most disliked YouTube videos
List of most liked YouTube videos
List of most subscribed users on YouTube
List of most viewed online videos in the first 24 hours
List of most viewed online trailers in the first 24 hours

Notes
1.

Some videos may not be available worldwide due to regional restrictions in


certain countries.
"Gangnam Style" surpassed "Baby" as the most viewed video on November
24, 2012;[9] first (non-English) video to reach 1 billion views on December 21,
2012;[10] first video to reach 2 billion views on May 30, 2014, doing so in 684
days;[11] currently holds the record for the longest reign as YouTube's most
viewed video with 1,687 days.
"See You Again" became the tenth video to reach 1 billion views on October
7, 2015;[13] second video to reach 2 billion views on September 3, 2016, doing so
in 515 days;[14][15] currently YouTube's most liked video with over 15.3 million
likes as of July 4, 2017.
"Sorry" became the twenty-second video to reach 1 billion views on March 7,
2016, doing so in 137 days;[17] third video to reach 2 billion views on November
20, 2016, doing so in 394 days;[18] currently Vevo's most viewed video with over
2.6 billion views as of July 2017.
"Uptown Funk" became the ninth video to reach 1 billion views on
September 15, 2015;[20][21] fourth video to reach 2 billion views on November 28,
2016.[22][23]
"Despacito" became the fifty-fourth video to reach 1 billion views on April
20, 2017, doing so in 97 days;[25] twelfth video to reach 2 billion views on June
16, 2017, doing so in the fastest time 154 days.[26][27]
Episode 17 of the Masha and the Bear series;[29] " " became
the fourteenth video (second non-music video and third non-English video) to
reach 1 billion views on December 15, 2015;[30] fifth video (and first non-music
video) to reach 2 billion views on March 15, 2017.[31][32]
"Shake It Off" became the seventh video to reach 1 billion views on August
23, 2015;[34][35] sixth video to reach 2 billion views on March 27, 2017.[36][37]
"Bailando" became the sixth video (and second non-English video) to reach 1
billion views on August 15, 2015;[39][40] eighth video to reach 2 billion views on
April 2, 2017.[41][42]
"Sugar" became the nineteenth video to reach 1 billion views on January 19,
2016;[44] tenth video to reach 2 billion views on May 14, 2017.[45][46]
"Roar" became the fifth video to reach 1 billion views on July 22, 2015;[48][49]
eleventh video to reach 2 billion views on May 17, 2017.[50][51]
"Blank Space" became the fourth video to reach 1 billion views on July 7,
2015;[53][54] seventh video to reach 2 billion views on March 28, 2017.[55][56]
"Lean On" became the sixteenth video to reach 1 billion views on January 8,
2016;[58][59] ninth video to reach 2 billion views on April 30, 2017.[60][61]
"All About That Bass" became the eighth video to reach 1 billion views on
August 31, 2015;[63][64] thirteenth video to reach 2 billion views on July 1,
2017.[65]
"Hello" became the eighteenth video to reach 1 billion views on January 19,
2016, doing so in the fastest time 87 days;[67] fourteenth video to reach 2 billion
views on July 3, 2017, doing so in 620 days.[68][69]
"Dark Horse" became the third video to reach 1 billion views on June 22,
2015, and the first featuring a female recording artist.[71][72]
"Wheels On The Bus" became the twelfth video (and first non-music video)
to reach 1 billion views on November 19, 2015.[74]
"Counting Stars" became the eleventh video to reach 1 billion views on
November 2, 2015.[76][77]
"What Do You Mean?" became the twenty-fourth video to reach 1 billion
views on May 9, 2016.[citation needed]
"Thinking Out Loud" became the twenty-third video to reach 1 billion views
on March 8, 2016.[citation needed]
"Shape of You" became the fifty-eighth video to reach 1 billion views on
May 8, 2017, doing so in 97 days.[citation needed]
"This Is What You Came For" became the thirty-seventh video to reach 1
billion views on November 29, 2016.[citation needed]
"Closer" became the forty-sixth video to reach 1 billion views on January 10,
2017;[citation needed] most viewed lyric video of all time.
"Baby" surpassed the previously top-ranked "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga
in July 2010;[84] second video to reach 1 billion views on March 4, 2014;[citation
needed]
currently YouTube's most disliked video with over 7.9 million dislikes as of
July 2017.
"Work From Home" became the thirty-first video to reach 1 billion views on
October 5, 2016.[86]
"Chandelier" became the thirteenth video to reach 1 billion views on
November 25, 2015.[88][89]
"Let Her Go" became the twenty-fifth video to reach 1 billion views on June
2, 2016.[91]
"Love Me like You Do" became the twenty-first video to reach 1 billion
views on February 29, 2016.[citation needed]
"Chantaje" became the fifty-third video to reach 1 billion views on April 7,
2017, doing so in 140 days.[citation needed]
"Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)" is the official 2010 FIFA World Cup
anthem; twentieth video to reach 1 billion views on January 24, 2016.[95]
"Worth It" became the twenty-eighth video to reach 1 billion views on July
27, 2016.[97]
"Love the Way You Lie" became the seventeenth video to reach 1 billion
views on January 17, 2016.[99]
"Wake Me Up" became the twenty-seventh video to reach 1 billion views on
July 18, 2016.[101]
"Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" became the twenty-ninth video to reach 1
billion views on August 16, 2016.[citation needed]
"Ay Vamos" became the thirty-second video to reach 1 billion views on
October 26, 2016.[104]
"Rude" became the thirtieth video to reach 1 billion views on August 17,
2016.[106]
"Party Rock Anthem" became the fifteenth video to reach 1 billion views on
December 29, 2015.[108]
"Hotline Bling" became the thirty-fourth video to reach 1 billion views on
November 4, 2016.[citation needed]
"Propuesta Indecente" became the twenty-sixth video to reach 1 billion views
on June 28, 2016.[111]
"We Don't Talk Anymore" became the fifty-sixth video to reach 1 billion
views on May 6, 2017.[citation needed]
"Love Yourself" became the thirty-eighth video to reach 1 billion views on
November 30, 2016.[citation needed]
"Rockabye" became the sixty-third video to reach 1 billion views on June 2,
2017.[citation needed]
"Johny Johny Yes Papa" became the forty-fourth video (and third non-music
video) to reach 1 billion views on December 26, 2016.[citation needed]
"Faded" became the fifty-second video to reach 1 billion views on March 25,
2017.[citation needed]
"Hasta el Amanecer" became the fiftieth video to reach 1 billion views on
February 28, 2017.[citation needed]
"The Lazy Song" became the thirty-ninth video to reach 1 billion views on
December 3, 2016.[citation needed]
"Burn" became the forty-first video to reach 1 billion views on December 16,
2016.[citation needed]
"Treat You Better" became the sixtieth video to reach 1 billion views on May
23, 2017.[citation needed]
"Summer" became the forty-second video to reach 1 billion views on
December 21, 2016.[citation needed]
"Rolling In The Deep" became the thirty-fifth video to reach 1 billion views
on November 18, 2016.[citation needed]
"Let It Go Sing-along" became the forty-eighth video to reach 1 billion views
on February 15, 2017.[citation needed]
"All of Me" became the forty-third video to reach 1 billion views on
December 22, 2016.[citation needed]
"Starboy" became the fifty-seventh video to reach 1 billion views on May 7,
2017.[citation needed]
"How Deep Is Your Love" became the fifty-first video to reach 1 billion
views on March 9, 2017.[citation needed]
"Hey Mama" became the forty-ninth video to reach 1 billion views on
February 19, 2017.[citation needed]
"Picky" became the fifty-fifth video to reach 1 billion views on April 28,
2017.[citation needed]
"Gentleman" became the thirty-third video to reach 1 billion views on
October 29, 2016.[130]
"The Hills" became the forty-seventh video to reach 1 billion views on
February 1, 2017.[citation needed]
"On The Floor" became the thirty-sixth video to reach 1 billion views on
November 25, 2016.[citation needed]
"Bad Blood" became the forty-fifth video to reach 1 billion views on January
3, 2017.[citation needed]
"Thrift Shop" became the fortieth video to reach 1 billion views on December
6, 2016.[citation needed]
"Vente Pa' Ca" became the sixty-fifth video to reach 1 billion views on June
15, 2017.[citation needed]
"Diamonds" became the fifty-ninth video to reach 1 billion views on May 18,
2017.[citation needed]
"Animals" became the sixty-first video to reach 1 billion views on May 24,
2017.[citation needed]
"Problem" became the sixty-second video to reach 1 billion views on May
26, 2017.[citation needed]
"The Gummy Bear Song" became the sixty-fourth video to reach 1 billion
views on June 12, 2017.[citation needed]
"Stressed Out" became the sixty-sixth video to reach 1 billion views on June
22, 2017.[citation needed]
"Side to Side" became the sixty-seventh video to reach 1 billion views on
June 29, 2017.[citation needed]
Some videos may not be available worldwide due to regional restrictions in
certain countries.
2006

A video titled "The Sneezing Baby Panda" was published on November 6,


2006 and gained over 221 million views. It was deleted in March 2017 and
is the sixth most viewed deleted YouTube video. Its view count would
place it as the fourth most viewed video of 2006, had it not been removed.
A video titled "Hahaha" was published on November 1, 2006, and gained
over 208 million views. It peaked at number 12 on the list of most viewed
YouTube videos in May 2011 and was deleted in November 2011. It is the
seventh most viewed deleted YouTube video. Its view count would place
it as the fifth most viewed video of 2006, had it not been removed.

"Evolution of Dance" previously held the title of YouTube's most viewed


video on three separate occasions: May 19, 2006 February 29, 2008, March 15,
2008 July 17, 2008, and May 2, 2009 October 24, 2009.
2007

A video titled "Parto in un letto" was published on May 9, 2007, and


gained over 325 million views. It peaked at number 8 on the list of most
viewed YouTube videos in November 2011 and was deleted in January
2012 for violating YouTube Community Guidelines. It is currently the
most viewed deleted YouTube video. Its view count would place it as the
fourth most viewed video of 2007, had it not been removed.

"Charlie Bit My Finger" previously held the title of YouTube's most viewed
video from October 24, 2009 to April 14, 2010.
"Bad Romance" previously held the title of YouTube's most viewed video
from April 14, 2010 to July 16, 2010.
"Baby" previously held the title of YouTube's most viewed video from July
16, 2010 to November 24, 2012.
"Gangnam Style" currently holds the title of YouTube's most viewed video.
"Gangnam Style" became the first video to reach 1 billion views on
December 21, 2012;[10] first video to reach 2 billion views on May 30, 2014.[186]
"Baby" became to first video to reach 500 million views on March 28,
2011.[187][188]
"Bad Romance" became the first video to reach 200 million views on May 9,
2010.[190][191]
"Music is My Hot Hot Sex" became the first video to reach 100 million views
on March 11, 2008.[199] The uploader then deleted the video four days later.[200]
"Evolution of Dance" became the first video to reach 20 million views on
June 5, 2006;[199] first video to reach 50 million views on June 7, 2007.[199] It is
the only video on this list to hold the No. 1 spot on more than one separate
occasion.
"Pokemon Theme Music Video" became the first video to reach 10 million
views on May 6, 2006.[204] It was removed from YouTube in June 2007 for
copyright infringement.[205]
"Phony Photo Booth" became the first video to reach 5 million views on
February 8, 2006.[204] It was removed from YouTube on February 18, 2006 for
copyright infringement.

84. "Ronaldinho: Touch of Gold" became the first video to reach 500,000
views on November 3, 2005;[204] first video to reach 1 million views on
November 11, 2005;[214][215][204] first video to reach 2 million views on
December 12, 2005.[204]

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