As we wrap up another year, it’s time to rewind and celebrate the top trending YouTube videos in Australia from 2016, according to time spent watching, sharing, commenting, liking and more.
Collectively, Aussies watched the top trending 10 videos over 14 million times!
James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke series was the number one hit for Aussies this year.
The breakout segment on The Late, Late Show won a staggering four spots in the top 10 trending videos.
Women took the front seat, from JLo to Adele – and First Lady Michelle.
We also played with Play-Doh, watched Superwog and laughed with Triple J.
With Aussie-born artists Sia, Superwog and Twenty One Pilots reaching the leaderboard, 2016 was a time to shine for Aussie homegrown creative talent.
The channels who made these videos have more than 30 million subscribers who tune in regularly to watch the funny, insightful, entertaining things they create.
On the music clip front, Aussies were hooked on The Chainsmokers in 2016, with the anthem “Closer” landing the year’s top music video, and ‘Don’t Let Me Down ft. Daya’ in ninth place.
2016 was a year of “work work work work work,” with Fifth Harmony and Rihanna leading a top 10 that was collectively viewed over 70 million times.
Australia’s favourite videos for 2016
1 Adele Carpool Karaoke
3 Jennifer Lopez Carpool Karaoke
4 Sia Carpool Karaoke
6 Parent Teacher Interviews
Australia’s top 10 music clips
4.ZAYN – PILLOWTALK
10. Rihanna– Work (Explicit) ft. Drake