BY Mstarz reporter , Mstarz reporter | Feb 27, 2013 03:28 PM EST
Who would of thought Taylor Swift's biggest hit would be a duet with goats yelling like humans. Yes, you heard me right. If you haven't see it yet, goats yelling humans is the latest YouTube sensation. Now, you can enjoy it with Taylor Swift.
A nearly three minute montage of goats yelling like humans has over eight million views on YouTube in less than three weeks. It's almost as unexplainable as Psy's "Gangnam Style" becoming a national sensation. Now, if you go on YouTube you will see various different videos and cuts of goats yelling like humans. It has taken a life of its own.
The latest YouTube remix, highlighted by Gawker, is goats yelling like humans with Taylor Swift. Check out below, the pop star's latest hit, "I Knew You Were Trouble" as remixed with goats yelling like humans. Listen and try to tell me this isn't the next big YouTube sensation.
As of this writing, this specific YouTube video has less than 200,000 views, but all it takes is a couple shares and you have the next "Gangnam Style." Not to mention, there is actually more than one Taylor Swift and goats yelling like humans remix. Could you imagine Taylor Swift performing on stage with a bunch of goats yelling like humans? Now that would be impressive. It also may make the star a little more likeable.
Since Swift's break-up with One Direction's Harry Styles, Swift has been receiving a lot of criticism. The singer is known for writing songs about her breakups, but after she added a British accent to her Grammy performance, there are critics who feel she is coming off a bit immature. Maybe she can act more mature by agreeing to perform on stage with some goats yelling like humans.
What do Mstarz readers think? Would you want to see Taylor Swift perform on stage with goats yelling like humans? I think this YouTube video is all the proof you need to show it's going to be a success.
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