Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” Is YouTube’s Most Popular Music Video Of 2016

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Fifth Harmony achieved world domination this year. The latest proof comes from none other than YouTube. According to its year-end report (via Variety), 5H’s “Work from Home” clip was its most watched music video of 2016 with over 1.17 billion views.

The “Work from Home” video, directed by Director X, had the X Factor-formed girl group twerking at a construction site while distracting its beefcake crew. It beat out videos by Calvin Harris (“This Is What You Came For”), The Chainsmokers (“Closer”) and Rihanna (“Work”) for the top spot.

In honor of this achievement, YouTube spoofed the “Work from Home” video while featuring the song prominently in its year-end review, “YouTube Rewind: The Ultimate 2016 Challenge.” Watch below.

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