YouTube serves as the home to myriad of diverse content, and the site paid homage to all the videos that went viral in 2015 in its year-end compilation video, “Now Watch Me 2015.”
Conner Franta, Kingsley, Mamie Hart, iJustine, and Glozell, are just a few of the YouTubers who appear in the video recreating the year’s biggest hits.
The Hood Internet composed the music, which mashes up Justin Bieber’s “What Do You Mean,” Silento’s “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae),” OMI’s “Cheerleader,” an original mix by Swedish DJ Avicii, and more.
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The creators channel the 20s while whipping and nae nae-ing, and pay tribute to blockbuster summer hit Mad Max: Fury Road while traveling in a bus driven by James Corden through the desert. Model Karly Kloss, who runs YouTube channel Klossy, and John Oliver show up too, as the compilation reminds viewers of 2015’s viral videos like pizza rat and the one where a man filmed himself proposing for 365 days.
Travel back in time with the social media celebs here: