Bieber's 'Baby' most viewed video at YouTube

Mar 28, 2011
Canadian singer Justin Bieber performs on stage in the western German city of Oberhausen on March 26. Bieber's music video "Baby" has crossed 500 million views on YouTube and is the most watched ever on the video-sharing service that launched the boy music idol to fame.

Pop star Justin Bieber's music video "Baby" has crossed 500 million views on YouTube and is the most watched ever on the video-sharing service that launched the boy music idol to fame.

The , whose full title is "Justin Bieber - Baby ft. Ludacris," had logged 500.4 million views on Monday.

The video had also scored a whopping 1.1 million "dislikes" as compared to 578,000 "likes" from viewers expressing their opinion with simple thumbs-up or thumbs-down rankings at .

Bieber's clip topped a "Bad Romance" video by Lady Gaga that had been viewed nearly 362 million times.

The top amateur video of all time at YouTube was "Charlie bit my finger - again," a 56-second snippet of a baby chomping on his bigger brother's forefinger.

The video had been viewed more than 296 million times, with 600,000 "likes," as of Monday.

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