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Rebecca Black celebrates 'Saturday' with Miley Cyrus look-alike

Rebecca Black is back, and she's using Miley Cyrus to make her Saturday night a little crazier than her boring Friday car ride.

Rebecca Black's music video for "Saturday" features a Miley Cyrus look-alike
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According to a Dec. 7 report by Buzzfeed, the "Friday" singer got really creative with her follow-up to the earworm that you loved to hate-listen to. Unfortunately, Black might have tried too hard to make her song "Saturday" sound better than "Friday"—after all, her her nasal monotone was part of what made her first hit song so great. And some lines make "Saturday" seem self-aware of its silliness. This terrible opening line is spoken in a Valley girl voice: "Omigod, I love this song. This is my jam! Where is the peanut butter?" As we've all learned from "Peanut Butter Jelly Time," PBJ is the secret to creating a viral hit.

In the music video for the song, Rebecca Black eats some cereal from her favorite bowl and enjoys frolicking on the beach with her friends. But you know things are about to get cray when the singer wears sunglasses—at night! Black then tries to throw a Miley Cyrus-style house party by using a few fun props. She rides a giant stuffed dinosaur; a guy kisses a blowup doll dressed up like Santa Claus; and there's a dancing hot dog. Black doesn't strip and twerk, but there is a Miley look-alike who does the dance move in her tighty whities. Some poor guy also gets randomly arrested at the end of the video.

So will Black's next song be about repenting for her weekend sins during Bible study on Sunday? If she wants to create another tune that becomes a big hit for being really terrible, she might try this angle. Luckily for Black haters, she only has five more songs to go before she retires. Apparently she hasn't been able to think of anything else to sing about, because she once told Yahoo! Music, "I think I need to move on from days of the week." Obviously she didn't.

You can check "Saturday" out above. Do you think it's better or worse than "Friday?"