20 September 2012 03:26 PM | By Tom Phillips & msnNOW staff
The best of msnNOW: 20 September, 2012

Gangnam Style gets the Downfall treatment

Gangnam Style gets the Downfall treatment (© Everett Collection/Rex Features | Jason DeCrow/Invision/AP)
  • Gangnam Style gets the Downfall treatment (© Everett Collection/Rex Features | Jason DeCrow/Invision/AP)
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  • Lady Gaga smokes marijuana on stage (© ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)
  • Kate Middleton has shirt on when greeted by topless Solomon girls (© Tim Rooke/Rex Features)
  • At last, you can remove Chris Brown from the web (© Rex Features)
  • Dogs on opposite sides of the world shoot their owners while hunting (© Eric Vidal/Rex Features)
  • Thierry Henry scores direct from a corner (© Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
  • US government denies plans to invade Canada (© LYLE STAFFORD/Newscom/Reuters)
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Hitler would probably not be feeling the wave of "Gangnam Style" hysteria sweeping the world. But the latest twist on the famous Hitler meme doesn't (as you might expect) feature the German dictator angrily reacting to the viral popularity of the song from Korean pop star Psy - instead, it ingeniously mashes up actual audio of Bruno Ganz's performance in the brilliant 2004 film "Downfall" in time with the music to act as a fresh new lyric track. It works surprisingly well...

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