Top 10 trending YouTube videos in S'pore in 2014

Top 10 trending YouTube videos in S'pore in 2014

SINGAPORE - It's that time of year again to pause, rewind and remember the videos, the entertainers, and the moments that captivated you in 2014.

While we crooned along to Disney's Frozen hit "Let It Go" with the rest of the world, this year's list show that there's nothing Singaporeans like better than laughing along with local Singaporean creators.

These include revisiting school memories with local star Tan Jian Hao's "Past vs Present: Teenagers" and "25 Types of Singaporean Teachers" or everyday life with Wah Banana's "10 Types of People in The Hawker Centre".

Singaporeans also embraced the catchy tune from Malaysian singer Joyce Chu "Malaysia Chabor", OWL International's humourous Chinese New Year celebrations in "Hello, 过年几happy有没有?" and Snickers' "Rocking Grandma" showing us that creative content can come from companies too!

Around the world, some of the top trending YouTube videos this year included the Halloween prank "Mutant Giant Spider Dog"; Nike's World Cup 2014 ad "Winner Stays", featuring football stars Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Wayne Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, "the iPhone 6 Plus Bend Test", and "10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman".

Check out the YouTube Rewind channel to explore the trending videos of the year and popular channels in Singapore and globally.

Singapore: Top 10 Trending YouTube videos:

1. Frozen - Let It Go Sing-Along | Official Disney HD

2. Snickers® Rocking Grandma (English) - 30s

3. Past vs Present: Teenagers

4. 10 Types of People in The Hawker Centre

5. Hello~, 过年几happy有没有?

6. You Are Single For A Reason

7. MALAYSIA CHABOR by Joyce Chu 四葉草@Red People

8. 19 Types Of People In Cinema

9. 25 Types of Singaporean Teachers

10. 7 Awesome Apps We Wish Existed!

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