The Women of Sport England's 'This Girl Can' Go Viral

Google's 'Year in Search 2014' *Still* on Chart

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The women featured in Sport England's "This Girl Can" campaign might not be supermodels or famous athletes, but they sure are popular. In the video's first week on the Viral Videos Chart, it shot to No. 1 with more than 10.4 million views in the week that ended Sunday. The inspiring spot shows "real" women as they woggle, jiggle, and move while working out, encouraging women to enjoy exercise and let go of their fear of judgment.

Kia's "Save the Australian Open" spot bumped up to No. 2 with more than 7.7 million views, according to Visible Measures. The "X-Men: First Class"-themed ad features tennis star Rafael Nadal as he enlists the help of his Kia Sorento to combat the Sentinels.

Even as February inches closer, Google's "Year in Search" 2014 recap has stayed strong, jumping from No. 5 to No. 3 last week with more than 5.6 million views. And for the ninth time, Google's The Google App, which features Google's voice activated smartphone app, earned a spot on the chart – this time at No. 5

Newcomers include Juicy Fruit's "So Sweet" and Reebok's "Live Free Range" campaigns, coming in at no. 7 and no. 8. Juicy Fruit's spot, with more than 2.4 million views, showcases gum chewers who are enjoying Juicy Fruit so much that they can't talk -- and the creative ways they come up with to communicate. Reebok's ad, with more than 2.3 million views, features a chicken's escape from a farm.

Coming in at No. 10, Melbourne Metro Train's quirky "Dumb Ways to Die" is back on the chart this week -- its 38th time. The campaign continues to generate interest amid user-generated content and new versions for various holidays.

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