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'Gangnam Style' slays Bieber, becomes most-watched vid

In less than five months the South Korean dance megasensation has overtaken Canada's Tweentastic pop darling. Sorry Biebs.

"Gangnam Style" has galloped off with another title. Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET

It's official: Justin Bieber has finally been out-Biebered... or perhaps more accurately, the Tween was outdone by the Korean.

As of today, Psy's "Gangnam Style" surpassed Bieber's "Baby" to become the most-watched video on YouTube. While Bieber's top video has been around since 2010, the "Gangnam Style" stratospheric global star has risen so quickly that Psy's dance sensation racked up more than 805 million views to pass Bieber in less than 5 months. That's more galloping in place than I ever thought this world could endure.

Marketing blog Wordstream compiled a bunch of "Gangnam" stats and found that in November, Psy's video was being watched over 4,000 times each minute, on average. Gangnam Style has also been certified by the Guinness folks as the most-liked video in YouTube history with over 2 million digital thumbs up.

Wordstream also projects that given Psy's sustained YouTube momentum, "Gangnam Style" will become the first YouTube video to reach a billion views, around December 11.

In case you've somehow missed it, or just want to contribute to history, go ahead and hit play below. If your speakers are loud enough, somebody within earshot is likely to start dancing, particularly if you happen to be hanging with Eric Schmidt.

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