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Abercrombie and Fitch tops Viral Chart with models dancing to Call Me Maybe
bebyue32 - 1-8-1212 at 01:51

The Abercrombie and Fitch has topped this week's Viral Chart with a video of its 'hottest' scantily-clad male models dancing along to Carly Rae Jepson's ubiquitous single 'Call Me Maybe'.

The latest take on Jepson's unrelenting summer smash has been shared almost half a million times on Facebook and 45,000 times on Twitter, so clearly [Ed - miraculously] there are still some people out there who aren't tired of the song yet.

The presence of the Abercrombie UK models on top spot in the Brand Chart means last week's number one, Ken Block's incredible rally driving for DC Shoes, is bumped down to second place. Block's awesome stunts on the streets of San Francisco are still pulling in the viewers, though, and the video has now been shared a whopping 1.1m times on Facebook since its debut a fortnight ago.

In the User Generated Abercrombie Outlet Content chart, cover singer Melissa Steel has taken YouTube by storm with a little help from Zayn of pop urchins One Direction.

The charts are compiled with the Viral Ad Network and are based on the number of shares each video has received on social media over the last seven days.

This week’s chart topper goes to Abercrombie and Fitch outlet with their infamous male models strutting their stuff to the sound of pop sensation Carly Rae Jepson’s “call me maybe’. DC shoes presenting Ken Block’s Gymkhana FIVE made it a second week in the chart, falling just one place at number 2. The highly anticipated US version of the UK TV show “The Inbetweeners” has appeared in the chart this week with the first trailer for the upcoming series, which is soon to be aired on MTV USA. The YouTube clip has come under much scrutiny from fans of the British sitcom, who believe the show will not accurately represent the US due to its English origins. Will the hit show be an overseas success? Watch this space…Abercrombie and Fitch UK!