A Norwegian pop video featuring people dressed as foxes dancing to electronic music has attained stardom after going viral on YouTube.
A headteacher from Liverpool has become a YouTube sensation after starring in his own version of Psy's Gangnam Style.
The artist behind 'Gangnam Style' has joked about his less-than-stellar academic record in a speech to students at Harvard University.
The rapper behind the record breaking viral hit Gangnam Style has apologised for previous concerts which featured anti-American lyrics.
As he prepared for a performance to be attended by US President Barack Obama and his family, Psy issued the apology as reports surfaced in the US about two performances 2004 which were critical of the US military.
– Rapper and pop singer Psy statement
While I'm grateful for the freedom to express one's self, I've learned there are limits to what language is appropriate and I'm deeply sorry for how these lyrics could be interpreted
I will forever be sorry for any pain I have caused by those words
In one performance, which Psy said was from eight years ago, the rapper protested the deaths of two teenage South Korean girls who were run over by a US tank stationed in the country.
Korean pop sensation Psy won Song of the Year at a K-pop award ceremony in Hong Kong today, saying his record of 850 million YouTube views for his "Gangnam Style" is a "miracle".
"Usually in this period I'm doing a concert in Korea but now I'm travelling over and over again right now.
"I'm happy. I was happy yesterday, I'm happy today, and I will be happy tomorrow. I'm living a dream right now."
South Korean rap star Psy's music video "Gangnam Style" has become the most watched YouTube video ever with more than 800 million views, edging past Canadian teen star Justin Bieber's 2-year-old video for his song "Baby."
Psy's video, which pokes fun at the wealthy Gangnam district of Seoul, has generated countless parodies and become a media sensation.
YouTube, in a post on its Trends blog, said Gangnam Style surpassed the site's previous record holder, Bieber's 2010 music video "Baby," on Saturday.
By morning on Monday, Gangnam Style was leading Baby by 824 million to 805 million views.
Korean rapper Psy - whose hit Gangnam Style has had 660 million YouTube views - has arrived at the Oxford Union where he will give a speech today.
When asked how it felt to be in Oxford, Psy replied: "It's kind of weird, why did they call me?".
Zara Phillips is putting her equestrian skills to a new use - by perfecting the Gangnam Style dance.
Phillips, the granddaughter of the Queen, will be joined by other figures from the Olympic eventing team for the performance in aid of Children In Need.
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has criticised the Chinese authorities for removing his parody of Korean pop sensation Psy's Gangnam Style video from websites based in the country.
"We only filmed for a bit over 10 minutes but we used a whole day to edit, and eventually put it online at midnight," Ai told Reuters.
"After we had uploaded it, a few hours later ... we found that a lot of people, tens of thousands, had already watched it. Now, in China, it has already been totally removed, deleted entirely, and you can't see it in China," Ai said.