Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Spacey, Starbucks and Seatbelts

Viral Video Predictions Of The Week: Spacey, Starbucks and Seatbelts

Week 8 of our Viral Video Predictions contains three videos and two Vines. We're currently using Unruly Media’s viral video chart, which ranks the top videos, Vines and Instagrams in terms of shares globally as our statistical reference. We regard a video as 'viral' if it at the point of prediction has less than 250,000 total shares and doubles or more the number of shares – OR doubles the total views in 7 days as at Monday 12.00 noon GMT/BST each week. We've decided that the increase in the number of views is also a fair indicator of the views gained by sharing, especially in Facebook where some influencers massively increase views without any further sharing. We've got some great viral predictions for the week ahead:

#1 Ragtime Gals: Talk Dirty (w/ Kevin Spacey) 208,676 shares all time

The Tonight Show's Jimmy, Kevin Spacey and their barbershop quartet, The Ragtime Gals, sing Jason Derulo's hit song "Talk Dirty."

#2 irham's post on Vine - 176,000 shares all time

I've been trying to master that skate board trick for weeks...

#3 "Do You Wanna Go To Starbucks?" - 154,703 shares all time

Make sure you have enough caffeine for your finals. This is a mini-musical parody on Frozen's song "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?" originally by Lopez and Lopez by two students from Point Loma Nazarene University.

#4 The Seatbelt Crew - 41,151 shares all time

Well produced and entertaining 'Wear your set belt campaign' from India - with English voice over.

#5 Kitty live... - 72,340 shares all time

For lovers of BIG cats....

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