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Men Dominated YouTube This Year, & That's Disappointing

07 Décembre 2017

Despacito sits at the top not only as the most viewed YouTube video of this year, but most viewed YouTube video of all time with 4.4 billion views.

The 24-year-old teacher wrote and performed the simple track which quickly went viral.

YouTube noted that its Top 10 ranked music videos included works from Puerto Rico, Colombia, France, Spain and Cuba in addition to the USA and the United Kingdom, with six of those featuring Latino artists.

- Seven minutes and 16 seconds of incredible table tennis trick shots. It was so good it got her the Golden Buzzer treatment, sending her straight to the live shows.

And, if snagging top place wasn't good enough - Mick made it into the list twice, with the original upload of the song coming in at sixth.

Colombian reggaetón singer Maluma's "Felices los 4" placed No. 4, with just under 1.2 billion views to date, just ahead of Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like," which rounds out YouTube's Top 5.

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- Lady Gaga's Super Bowl LI halftime performance.

From the same channel that overdubbed scenes from movies like Twilight and Star Wars comes this comedic and fictitious lip reading of President Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony.

- A history of the entire world.

This mini-film about a boy who follows his heart is the first animated short to make the list since 2011.

Also featured in our top ten list, which does not feature major label music videos, are two Carpool Karaoke videos, Melissa McCarthy impersonating Sean Spicer on SNL and Jimmy Kimmel interviewing the famous "bat dad" family. No surprise here: "Despacito" took the crown. The video-streaming juggernaut has released "The Shape of 2017", this year's iteration of its annual YouTube Rewind video, rounding up the biggest music, trends, memes and characters from 2017, based on views, shares, comments and likes. Also worth noting is that six of the top 10 are sung in Spanish.

Men Dominated YouTube This Year, & That's Disappointing