On this week's viral chart, A-list stars mingle with familiar faces.
The new Diet Coke campaign starring Taylor Swift debuted on the chart at number 9, while a three month-old Lancome campaign starring Julia Roberts, "La Vie Est Belle," is back at number 10, after notching more than 2.2 million views this past week, according to Visible Measures. Further up the list, a short film for Chanel directed by Baz Luhrmann and starring Gisele Bundchen debuted at number 4.
All the way up at number 2, a Louis Vuitton campaign promoting its new Monogram line relies on its big-name collaborators, including Karl Lagerfeld, Frank Gehry and Cindy Sherman.
The rest of the list is filled with the usual suspects. A new McDonald's ad that looks behind the scenes at the fast food giant's food production checks in at number 3, with more than 3.5 million views since its introduction last week as part of the company's transparency campaign. Two separate Google campaigns charted this week too: a spot touting the latest line of Nexus products bowed at number five, while its brand campaign for Android, "Be Together, Not the Same," came in at number 8, fueled by charming video of real people.
But Peugeot's high-flying campaign, "The Legend Returns," is in the top spot for a second consecutive week, having piled up more than 11.6 million views since its release two weeks ago. Coca Cola's "Just Dance Now" and Cartier's "Shape Your Time" are back for their second and third consecutive weeks, respectively.