Watch YouTube’s Biggest Stars Relive 2015

December 9, 2015, 9:03 PM UTC
PewDiePie Book Signing For "This Book Loves You"
LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 30: Comedian PewDiePie signs his new book "This Book Loves You" at Barnes & Noble at The Grove on October 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vincent Sandoval/WireImage)
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As 2016 gets closer, YouTube Rewind has released its 2015 video celebrating this year’s most famous (and infamous) videos set to the soundtrack of the year’s most popular songs.

The video streaming website enlisted the help of some highly beloved YouTubers to create the video. It starts off with OMI’s Cheerleader while Kingsley and others jump around in a large ball pit, recalling a plastic ball prank that had been viewed over 50 million times. It continues on to reminisce about four-year-old Heaven King dancing to Silento’s Watch Me and, of course, Pizza Rat.

YouTube gamer PewDiePie then presses a rewind button and we get a look at some of the site’s most defining moments over the past decade as reenacted by the video celebrities, including Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” the Lonely Island’s “I’m on a Boat,” and “Charlie Bit My Finger.”

Google-owned (GOOG) YouTube has had a fairly successful year, interesting videos aside. It launched a new subscription service, a video game channel, and YouTube Music. The site’s worth has been valued at $70 billion, with some predicting that will increase to $90 billion in the near future.

Watch the full YouTube Rewind video here: