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(RNN) - Last week, Americans across the country watched with bated breath as the Mars Curiosity Rover landed safely on the Red Planet, but no one celebrated harder than the fine men and women of NASA themselves.

So how better for the American people to get in on the party than a cover of one of America's most popular party anthems?

There's no better way, that's how.

JULIA CHILD IS READY TO ROLL

Legendary chef Julia Child would have been 100 years old on Aug. 15. To honor her memory, the people at PBS grabbed a few of her clips and did what only they could - they auto-tuned the begeezus out of her.

Just try not enjoying this strangely catchy remix.

THE CALL ME MAYBE COVER YOU CAN'T UN-SEE

It seems like every week the internet has proclaimed a new best Call Me Maybe cover, but it's pretty hard to argue that Steve Kardynal may have won the internet with his rendition, using the webcam based chat website Chatroulette.

There's just something about the terrified and confused faces of young men watching another man dance around in various bikinis to Carly Rae Jepsen.

MITT ROMNEY LIKES MUSIC OF ANY KIND (MAYBE) INCLUDING THIS

The presidential race has been heating up ever since GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney announced Rep Paul Ryan, R-WI, as his running mate.

But if all the political talk has got your head spinning lately, don't worry. The guys and gals who brought you the auto-tune smash hit Bed Intruder Song have crafted a song just for you.

5TH GRADERS IN THE 90S PREDICT AN INTERNET FULL OF CATS

Most kids are convinced their parents shouldn't be telling them what to do because their parents don't know everything and clearly they, as kids, do.

Turns out this 5th grade class in 1995 might have been on to something.

Get ready for a flashback to the olden days of the internet. I remember that Yahoo page!

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