List of most-liked YouTube videos

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This list of most-liked YouTube videos contains the top 40 videos with the most likes of all time, as derived from YouTube charts.[1] The like count is taken directly from the page of the video itself. YouTube implemented a like and dislike button on these pages in March 2010, part of a major redesign of the site. This served as a replacement for their five-star rating system;[2] YouTube's designers found the previous system ineffective because the options to rate a video between two and four stars were rarely selected.[3] Of the 40 videos in this list, 36 also appear in the list of most-viewed YouTube videos and 12 appear in the list of most-disliked YouTube videos. All videos in this list are music videos.

The music video for LMFAO's song "Party Rock Anthem" stood as the most liked video on YouTube in 2012, with 1.56 million likes, until the video for Psy's "Gangnam Style" surpassed it in September that year, yielding more than 1.57 million likes.[4] Following this accomplishment, "Gangnam Style" entered the Guinness World Records book as the most liked video on YouTube and on the Internet as of 2012.[5] Psy's video remained the most liked on YouTube for nearly four years until August 27, 2016, when Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again" featuring Charlie Puth surpassed it with 11.21 million likes. Less than a year later, on July 25, 2017, Luis Fonsi's "Despacito" featuring Daddy Yankee claimed the top spot with 16.01 million likes. Currently, among the videos that meet the criteria for making the list, "Faded" by Alan Walker holds the highest like to dislike ratio. As of January 2018, only two non-music videos are in the 100 most liked videos list, including videos by PewDiePie and whinderssonnunes.

As of January 2018, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift each have three videos in the top 40. Katy Perry, Fifth Harmony, Twenty One Pilots and Ed Sheeran each have two videos in the top 40.[1]

Top videos

General videos

The following table lists the top 40 most liked videos on YouTube, with each total rounded to the nearest ten thousand likes, as well as the creator, like percentage and date of publication to YouTube.[A]

Rank Video name Uploader / artist Likes (millions) Like percentage Upload date Notes
1. "Despacito"[6] Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee 25.52 90.03% January 12, 2017 [B]
2. "See You Again"[8] Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth 18.57 96.79% April 6, 2015 [C]
3. "Shape of You"[9] Ed Sheeran 14.75 94.75% January 30, 2017 [D]
4. "Gangnam Style"[10] Psy 13.91 87.57% July 15, 2012 [E]
5. "Hello"[13] Adele 12.76 94.78% October 22, 2015
6. "Uptown Funk"[14] Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars 10.10 94.13% November 19, 2014
7. "Sorry"[15] Justin Bieber 9.80 88.42% October 22, 2015
8. "Faded"[16] Alan Walker 9.75 97.43% December 3, 2015
9. "Lean On"[17] Major Lazer and DJ Snake featuring 8.56 95.40% March 22, 2015
10. "Mi Gente"[18] J Balvin and Willy William 8.31 93.87% June 29, 2017
11. "Baby"[19] Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris 8.10 48.43% February 19, 2010 [F]
12. "Sugar"[23] Maroon 5 8.01 95.47% January 14, 2015
13. "Thinking Out Loud"[24] Ed Sheeran 7.87 95.85% October 7, 2014
14. "Blank Space"[25] Taylor Swift 7.69 92.70% November 10, 2014
15. "Closer (Lyric video)"[26] The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey 7.53 94.92% July 29, 2016
16. "Roar"[27] Katy Perry 7.45 92.27% September 5, 2013
17. "Stressed Out"[28] Twenty One Pilots 7.36 96.45% April 27, 2015
18. "Look What You Made Me Do"[29] Taylor Swift 7.09 85.98% August 27, 2017
19. "Shake It Off"[30] 7.00 89.55% August 18, 2014
20. "Counting Stars"[31] OneRepublic 6.87 96.34% May 31, 2013
21. "Dark Horse"[32] Katy Perry featuring Juicy J 6.65 88.57% February 20, 2014
22. "Love Me like You Do"[33] Ellie Goulding 6.64 95.67% January 22, 2015
23. "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)"[34] Silentó 6.60 89.07% June 25, 2015
24. "What Do You Mean?"[35] Justin Bieber 6.55 88.07% August 30, 2015
25. "Chandelier"[36] Sia 6.55 93.86% May 6, 2014
26. "Chantaje"[37] Shakira featuring Maluma 6.54 91.45% November 18, 2016
27. "Rap God"[38] Eminem 6.51 96.33% November 27, 2013
28. "That's What I Like"[39] Bruno Mars 6.49 94.84% March 1, 2017
29. "Rockabye"[40] Clean Bandit featuring Sean Paul & Anne-Marie 6.47 94.79% October 21, 2016
30. "Heathens"[41] Twenty One Pilots 6.43 97.13% June 21, 2016
31. "Let Her Go"[42] Passenger 6.42 96.70% July 25, 2012
32. "This Is What You Came For"[43] Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna 6.31 93.92% June 16, 2016
33. "All About That Bass"[44] Meghan Trainor 6.27 89.37% June 11, 2014
34. "Work from Home"[45] Fifth Harmony featuring Ty Dolla $ign 6.26 93.08% February 26, 2016
35. "Side to Side"[46] Ariana Grande featuring Nicki Minaj 6.09 93.70% August 29, 2016
36. "We Don't Talk Anymore"[47] Charlie Puth featuring Selena Gomez 6.05 96.25% August 2, 2016
37. "All of Me"[48] John Legend 5.92 96.84% October 2, 2013
38. "Hotline Bling"[49] Drake 5.88 91.66% October 26, 2015
39. "Worth It"[50] Fifth Harmony featuring Kid Ink 5.86 94.50% March 28, 2015
40. "Stitches"[51] Shawn Mendes 5.85 96.69% June 24, 2015
As of January 16, 2018

Non-music videos

The following table lists the top 10 most liked videos on YouTube that are not music videos, lyric videos and the like, with each total rounded to the nearest ten thousand likes, as well as the creator, like percentage and date of publication to YouTube.[G]

Rank Video name Uploader Likes (millions) Like percentage Upload date Notes
NMV GEN
1. 85. "Can this video hit 1 million likes?"[52] PewDiePie 3.95 97.68% December 10, 2016 [H]
2. 90. "Criança de Rico e Criança de Pobre"[53] whinderssonnunes 3.93 99.09% June 9, 2016
3. 103. "Imitando Funkeiros"[54] 3.58 98.38% April 20, 2017
4. 120. "The Ruby Playbutton / YouTube 50 Mil Sub Reward Unbox"[55] PewDiePie 3.49 97.13% December 18, 2016 [I]
5. 126. "YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017"[56] YouTube Spotlight 3.49 65.49% December 6, 2017
6. 129. "YouTube Rewind: The Ultimate 2016 Challenge"[57] 3.39 86.64% December 7, 2016
7. 145. "Paródia - Rap Lord"[58] whinderssonnunes 3.35 98.94% October 22, 2017
8. 149. "Ping Pong Trick Shots 3"[59] Dude Perfect 3.26 97.93% April 3, 2017
9. 153. "Na Sua Cara"[60] whinderssonnunes 3.22 98.29% August 2, 2017
10. 161. "Final de Ano de Rico e de Pobre"[61] 3.04 99.09% December 2, 2016
As of January 16, 2018

Historical most liked videos

The following table lists the last 7 videos to become YouTube's most liked video, from the implementation of the like button in March 2010 to the present.

Video name Uploader Likes* Upload date Date achieved Days held Ref(s) Notes
"Despacito"[6] LuisFonsiVEVO 16,010,000 January 12, 2017 July 25, 2017 177 [62] [J]
"See You Again"[8] Wiz Khalifa 11,210,000 April 6, 2015 August 27, 2016 332 [63]
"Gangnam Style"[10] officialpsy 1,570,000 July 15, 2012 September 13, 2012 1,444 [64] [K]
"Party Rock Anthem"[67] LMFAOVEVO 1,390,000 March 8, 2011 April 4, 2012 162 [68]
"KONY 2012"[69] Invisible Children 1,350,000 March 5, 2012 March 17, 2012 18 [70] [L]
"Party Rock Anthem"[67] LMFAOVEVO 950,000 March 8, 2011 November 3, 2011 135 [71] [M]
"Baby"[19] JustinBieberVEVO 760,000 February 19, 2010 July 6, 2011 120 [75]
"Evolution of Dance"[76] Judson Laipply 620,000 April 6, 2006 March 31, 2010 462 [77] [N]
As of January 18, 2018

*The approximate number of likes each video had when it became YouTube's most liked video.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Some videos may not be available worldwide due to YouTube's regional restrictions in certain countries.
  2. ^ "Despacito" surpassed "See You Again" as the most liked video on July 25, 2017; first video to reach 20 million likes on August 30, 2017;[7] most viewed video on YouTube with over 4.7 billion views as of January 2018.
  3. ^ "See You Again" surpassed "Gangnam Style" as the most liked video on August 27, 2016. It is also the second most viewed video on YouTube with over 3.34 billion views as of January 2018.
  4. ^ "Shape of You" is the third most viewed video on YouTube with over 3 billion views as of January 2018.
  5. ^ "Gangnam Style" surpassed "Party Rock Anthem" as the most liked video on September 13, 2012;[4] first video to reach 10 million likes on November 3, 2015;[11] fourth most viewed video on YouTube[12] with over 3.05 billion views as of January 2018.
  6. ^ "Baby" surpassed "Evolution of Dance" as the most liked video on July 6, 2011;[20][21][22] currently the most disliked video on YouTube with over 8.6 million dislikes as of January 2018.
  7. ^ Some videos may not be available worldwide due to YouTube's regional restrictions in certain countries.
  8. ^ "Can this video hit 1 million likes?" holds the record for the fastest video to reach 1 million and 2 million likes, doing so in 3.6 hours and 18.7 hours, respectively. It received 2.24 million likes in its first 24 hours.
  9. ^ PewDiePie is the first and only YouTuber to receive 50 million subscribers. In this video he unboxes a large red trophy custom-modeled after a 3D representation of his channel icon.
  10. ^ "Despacito" became the first video to reach 20 million likes on August 30, 2017.[7]
  11. ^ "Gangnam Style" became the first video to reach 2 million likes on September 18, 2012,[65] 5 million likes on November 11, 2012,[66] and 10 million likes on November 3, 2015.[11] It currently holds the record for the longest reign as YouTube's most liked video with 1,444 days.
  12. ^ "KONY 2012" was a viral campaign by Invisible Children that aimed to raise support for Joseph Kony's arrest. Within 10 days the video received 80 million views (35 million of which were accumulated in its third day alone). In 12 days it became YouTube's most liked video, only to be surpassed by "Party Rock Anthem" 18 days later.
  13. ^ "Party Rock Anthem" was the first video to reach 1 million likes on November 15, 2011.[72][73][74] It is the only video on this list to hold the No. 1 spot on more than one separate occasion.
  14. ^ "Evolution of Dance" was YouTube's first video to hold the No. 1 spot on this list. When the video was uploaded in 2006, YouTube still used the 5-star rating system. On March 31, 2010, when the rating system changed to likes and dislikes, all previous 1 star ratings were converted to dislikes and all 5 star ratings were converted to likes. This automatically made "Evolution of Dance" YouTube's most liked video at the time.
  1. ^ Some videos may not be available worldwide due to YouTube's regional restrictions in certain countries.
  2. ^ "Despacito" surpassed "See You Again" as the most liked video on July 25, 2017; first video to reach 20 million likes on August 30, 2017;[7] most viewed video on YouTube with over 4.7 billion views as of January 2018.
  3. ^ "See You Again" surpassed "Gangnam Style" as the most liked video on August 27, 2016. It is also the second most viewed video on YouTube with over 3.34 billion views as of January 2018.
  4. ^ "Shape of You" is the third most viewed video on YouTube with over 3 billion views as of January 2018.
  5. ^ "Gangnam Style" surpassed "Party Rock Anthem" as the most liked video on September 13, 2012;[4] first video to reach 10 million likes on November 3, 2015;[11] fourth most viewed video on YouTube[12] with over 3.05 billion views as of January 2018.
  6. ^ "Baby" surpassed "Evolution of Dance" as the most liked video on July 6, 2011;[20][21][22] currently the most disliked video on YouTube with over 8.6 million dislikes as of January 2018.
  7. ^ Some videos may not be available worldwide due to YouTube's regional restrictions in certain countries.
  8. ^ "Can this video hit 1 million likes?" holds the record for the fastest video to reach 1 million and 2 million likes, doing so in 3.6 hours and 18.7 hours, respectively. It received 2.24 million likes in its first 24 hours.
  9. ^ PewDiePie is the first and only YouTuber to receive 50 million subscribers. In this video he unboxes a large red trophy custom-modeled after a 3D representation of his channel icon.
  10. ^ "Despacito" became the first video to reach 20 million likes on August 30, 2017.[7]
  11. ^ "Gangnam Style" became the first video to reach 2 million likes on September 18, 2012,[65] 5 million likes on November 11, 2012,[66] and 10 million likes on November 3, 2015.[11] It currently holds the record for the longest reign as YouTube's most liked video with 1,444 days.
  12. ^ "KONY 2012" was a viral campaign by Invisible Children that aimed to raise support for Joseph Kony's arrest. Within 10 days the video received 80 million views (35 million of which were accumulated in its third day alone). In 12 days it became YouTube's most liked video, only to be surpassed by "Party Rock Anthem" 18 days later.
  13. ^ "Party Rock Anthem" was the first video to reach 1 million likes on November 15, 2011.[72][73][74] It is the only video on this list to hold the No. 1 spot on more than one separate occasion.
  14. ^ "Evolution of Dance" was YouTube's first video to hold the No. 1 spot on this list. When the video was uploaded in 2006, YouTube still used the 5-star rating system. On March 31, 2010, when the rating system changed to likes and dislikes, all previous 1 star ratings were converted to dislikes and all 5 star ratings were converted to likes. This automatically made "Evolution of Dance" YouTube's most liked video at the time.

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