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Rebecca Black's New Song "Prom Night": Watch Out for the Impostors!

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Mar. 18 2011, Published 1:21 p.m. ET

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This week in Rebecca Black news, the 13-year-old's debut single "Friday" went viral, landed Top 50 on the iTunes charts followed by her first TV appearance on Good Morning America and then her attempt to duet with Justin Bieber. So with all the hype surrounding Rebecca and "Friday" YouTube buffs had a blast impersonating the singer with numerous covers. Then came the release of what many thought to be Rebecca's second song "Prom Night."

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But, Rebecca squashed the rumors on what has been reported to be her Twitter account, writing that the ditty was not her reprisal from "Friday."

Rather, it was another impostor trying to get in on the Rebecca Black action.

The chorus: "It's prom night,who I'm gonna dance with/ It's prom night,  is he looking at me/ It's prom night that boy's kinda cute.... dancin' dancin' dancin' "

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The Twitter reported to be Rebecca's also linked to a cover, posting, "Hah. Love this parody" with a link to the video below.

Would Rebecca be Tweeting videos that mocked her single?

She is working on a second single, but the only details she released, "We're currently writing another song...it does not have to do with weekdays, or months, or numbers or colors. Throwin' that out there."

Are you ready for more Rebecca? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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