Laina Walker, who became the Overly Attached Girlfriend meme after her stalkerific parody of Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend" went viral this month, has returned with an equally creepy take on "Call Me Maybe." "Hey, I just saw you, with that lady, paid for her dinner, that's kind of shady," sings the viral sensation who turns 21 on June 22.
"Remember you're mine, you say you're dating, I know you're kidding, so I'll be waiting." The parody of Carly Rae Jepsen's infectious song has racked up 1.8 million You Tube views since Monday, while her "Boyfriend" parody has netted 6.1 million views since June 6.
PHOTOS: Behind the Scenes: ' The Big Bang Theory' Ultimately, five of the seven -- save for Galecki and Parsons' notoriously antisocial/neurotic Sheldon -- join the group performing a routine choreographed by Cuoco's sister Bri Cuoco -- to Jepsen's song, much to the showrunners' and live studio audience's pleasure.
The kicker, however, comes when the cast members return to the set's centerpiece couch to find Parsons delivering the ultimate icing on the cake: "Bazinga!
23 live taping with a coordinated flash mob set to Carly Rae Jepsen's summer hit "Call Me Maybe." During the bit, the seven cast members -- Kunal Nayyar (Raj), Simon Helberg (Howard), Johnny Galecki (Leonard), Mayim Bialik (Amy), Melissa Rauch (Bernadette), Jim Parsons (Sheldon) and Cuoco (Penny) -- feign surprise when they see the crew break out into dance as they prepare for a take with the trio of showrunners looking on.Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" has been slowly climbing the charts—last week it was in the number two slot—in no small thanks to the viral video done by Ashley Tisdale, Justin Bieber, and Selena Gomez.Said video has launched a number of covers, including one by Katy Perry and her friends, and now both Rebecca Minkoff and Barack Obama have gotten in on the fun.Trying a new trick to appeal to potential clients, Edwards, a broker with Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Realty in Wilmington, N.C., spoofed the monstrously popular song in a You Tube video (shown below). In it, they mimic the dance moves in Jepsen's original video for the song and hold up signs displaying Edwards' work phone number.