– No way! No way!
Is that real? – (FBE) So finally,
we have the actual celebrity here to take a photo with you.
– Oh my gosh. Really? ♪ (upbeat dance music) ♪
(camera shutter clicking) ♪ (industrial intro) ♪ – (FBE) So today, you are going
to be reacting to this. – Egg!
The famous egg. – That is an egg.
It’s literally a picture of an egg. – The egg!
It’s the EGG!! – It’s the most liked picture
on the Instagram. – I’m confused how in such
a short amount of time, the world rallied together
to get this picture of… an egg to have the most likes. – I had a couple people
actually DM it to me. They were like, “Help us
make this world record happen.” And I’m like, “What’s the point?
It’s an egg.” – (FBE) This photo just became
the most liked picture on Instagram, surpassing Kylie Jenner’s baby post,
which had over 18 million likes. – I mean, it’s got nice freckles. – (FBE) So, we’ll get more
into the story, but here, of course,
are the responses and memes. – Oh my gosh.
Let’s jump down this rabbit hole. – Good job, 2019. Good job.
Starting it off strong. – “Kylie when she sees
the world record egg account.” – (Kylie) First,
let’s feel the ground. – Oh my god.
– (Kylie) First, let’s feel the ground.
Really hot. – (camerawoman) Okay.
– Wow, 30 million views. – I saw this one, and I was like,
“Oh my gosh. It’s okay.” – That’s [bleep] up. That’s assault!
Don’t laugh at that! – (Kylie laughs)
– She showed the egg. Who’s the real winner?
Kylie Jenner or the cracked egg on the sidewalk?
It’s Kylie. – This is fun. This is
the drama I wanna keep up with. It’s wholesome drama. – Props to Kyle for being able
to poke fun at herself. I think that’s pretty cool. – “You mean to tell me this egg
got more likes than my cute face?” Poor doggo.
– Aww, Doug! You’re valid and sweet
in your own way. – Don’t get me wrong,
I would like a picture of a dog over an egg any day,
but it’s the internet, so, of course they’re gonna
choose to like an egg. – “The Instagram is of color,
and this is a huge win for representation.”
Ayy! (laughs) – I didn’t even think about it
like that. That’s so funny! – Oh my goodness!
I love Twitter so much. I’ve started to really get into it,
and this is the content we love. – Okay. Shane Dawson’s interviewed
the world record egg. (laughs) Parody. – No, wait. This is [bleep] hilarious. – (“Shane”) This is probably
the biggest interview I’ve ever done.
I’m nervous. – (amused) He says that
for every interview. – (“Shane”) Oh my god.
That’s gross. So, I heard he got
one million followers in one day. – (man off-screen) I think
it was, like, five million. – (“Shane”) Are you…
– Oh my god. This is so Shane! – They did the robe
and the merch and everything. – (“Shane”) I’m nervous,
’cause this is a nice place. This is nice.
This is… This is really nice.
– This is so spot on. – The cadence, the timing,
and everything is there. It’s perfect. (knocking) – (Shane) This is your house?
Pfft. I’m poor. Ha! – (laughs) – (“egg” squeaking)
– Okay. – (chuckles)
– (“Shane”) How did this all happen? Was it a joke?
Was it– I– what happened? – (“egg” squeaking)
– (chuckles) Holy crap. “World domination is not a joke.” – (“Shane”) Okay, which came first? Was it the chicken… or was it you? – “Next question.”
– (“Shane”) That’s fair. – Oh! He asked all
the hard-hitting questions. – It’s amazing how people
can get so creative with something that’s dumb.
And then it makes it question, was it really dumb
to begin with? – “We hope your Tuesday is
eggcellent.” (chuckles) – Ha-ha!
Okay, that’s tight. – No way! No way!
Is that real? – I wonder if they actually did that,
or if that was a joke. I mean, since it’s just plastic
that costs them five cents, they probably could’ve. – This is such
a specific meme reference that we’re gonna forget about
in the next couple of months, and this is gonna be a Funko Pop.
Someone’s gonna see this at a store and be like, “Why the [bleep]
is there an egg?” – “A [bleep] egg.
The internet. Kylie Jenner”!
(laughs) – A [bleep] egg, man.
A [bleep] egg. Something gets hot,
and everyone hops on board. And I also think it was like,
“Let’s dethrone Kylie.” – I just love this meme in general,
because it’s like, he looks so into it, and she’s so
bothered by it. – This is it, guys.
Can’t go any higher. We’ve reached the peak. – I was gonna say,
I don’t know why Kylie cares. But then I realized, wait,
Kylie’s whole business model is based around likes and [bleep],
so never mind. – “An egg has just broken
the record on Instagram and became the most liked post
of all time. Let’s unite together
and make a picture of a lime the most retweeted tweet
of all time.” All right. See, so this guy’s
making kind of his own lane. Okay, I can respect that. – So now then, we’re gonna
have an egg be the most liked photo, and then we’re gonna have a lime
become the most retweeted tweet. Yeah, this is exactly
what I want. (laughs) – It worked once.
It’s not gonna work again. – I don’t know. A lime?
It just doesn’t have the same pizzazz as an egg, you know? – It just seems kind of
like a clout-chasing lime, too. Like this specific lime? Seems like he’s just
in it for the fame. Egg, I feel like he was in it,
you know… for the people. – “Kris Jenner, on her way
to the hen house when she sees that an egg
has broken Kylie’s 18 million Instagram like record.”
Ahhh! (laughs) – Oh my god. She wants
to destroy all the eggs forever. – You know Kris is trying to scheme
a way to get Kylie back on top. – If anything, it just
brought her more relevance to her name that she got
beaten by an egg. – She’ll find some sort
of sneaky way to get Kylie back up there again, and everybody
will forget about the egg. ♪ (upbeat music) ♪
(slurping) – What is this?
– Is this Patrick Starr? – I am the egg.
– Nah, this is weird. – (“egg”) You will follow me,
and you will obey. – Patrick Starr’s really
freaking me out right now. – (“egg”) I hold the world record
for the most likes ever on Instagram.
(chuckles) – See, without the molding and stuff,
your head already looks like an egg. – (“egg” laughs maniacally) – (laughs) Oh my god!
That evil laughter! – That was weird.
That was really weird. – “Danny DeVito is egg.” I’d pay so much money
to see that movie. – I watch anything
with Danny DeVito. – He’s kinda built
like an egg in general, so that makes sense. – It’s perfect casting.
Oh my god! I’m just hollering at just the thought, the thought
of this for real happening. – Ellen Show had to get on it.
“According to my calculations, this will be the most liked
Instagram post ever.” Ohh! ‘Cause it’s the egg
plus Kylie Jenner. – She has $900 million.
Leave her alone. She is fine on her own. – “51 million likes minimum.”
Damn. – Is there even that many people
on the platform? I don’t even know. But we’re gonna make
that many people on the platform. – (FBE) So, before we get
into some questions, we wanted to ask, have you liked the photo
on Instagram? – No, I have not. I didn’t even know
it [bleep] existed. – I did like it on my personal–
I’m not not gonna participate. – I did. I watched it every time
when it would go up, and I was like,
“I contributed to this.” – Yes, I have liked it on
multiple accounts that I have. I have a couple different ones,
like for my dogs and such. So, I made sure I went
on every account and gave it a like. – (FBE) Not much is known
about the guy who started this page, but he recently did an interview
with The Independent, where he talked about why
he started the page. So, we have a little bit
of the interview for you to read. – Oh! Okay.
Interesting. – “I wish I could tell you
how I managed to get the egg photo to go viral, but I’m still
working that out myself.” – “It’s been a whirlwind week,
and I’ve just been running with it. It was quiet for the first few days
with only 8,000 likes on Tuesday night.”
You know, just like a typical egg picture would get. – “Then on Wednesday,
the likes started to pick up, and then the followers
built up over the weekend. I thought it would be
an interesting experiment to try and beat the record
with something as basic as possible, which led to me
deciding on the egg.” – “I guess it’s also a comment
on celebrity culture and how fragile and easily cracked it is–
pun intended.” – “But really, I just thought
it would be funny if something as simple as an egg
could take the crown.” And it did. You did that.
That’s dope. – And that is true.
I guess it’s a good point just about celebrity culture
and how fragile it is, because it’s, like, one person
is hot at the moment, and then they’re not the next day. – Why can’t I be a famous egg?
Can’t you guys just turn me into an egg or somethin’? (pop) – (FBE) So, as of
filming this episode, the picture
has over 47 million likes, and the account has
over 7.5 million followers. It’s gotten so massive,
that’s there’s even merch for the egg, and the
Instagram account is verified. – Which I think is crazy,
’cause it’s just an egg. – This dude’s gonna make
a [bleep] killing on the merch. – (FBE) So, even though the picture
surpassed the goal of beating Kylie on Instagram, why do you think
people are still supporting it? – I think people are still
supporting it just because it’s something that’s so stupid. – Because it was something
so absolutely simple. It’s a [bleep] egg.
There are eggs across the globe. – People just wanna see
how many likes it can get. And it’s like,
people don’t wanna feel left out that
they didn’t like the photo. – Instagram is kind of ran
by celebrities and influencers, and people like that aren’t relatable
to an everyday person who uses Instagram.
So, I think this egg kind of makes people feel
like anything is possible. – (FBE) So, online, we often
see people trying to break records on their own. But for this,
people all over the world came together to get this photo
to be number one. So, why do you think
that this picture brought the internet together
to be the most liked photo? – Because I feel like it’s
an in-your-face to all these Instagram people
who are like, “Oh, I get this many views
and this many likes,” because that’s what a lot
of people live for. – We were just trying
to back someone’s dream. Someone had a dream, you know?
Beat Kylie Jenner’s photo. And we just wanted
to support that. – Hey, we can’t let the Kardashians
have the top spot. They can’t be on top everywhere. – It’s not like a sport, where only
a portion of the people like it or even a celebrity,
where you’re only famous in a geographical location.
This is an egg. And I’m pretty sure this humor
can be taken all across any language. They’re like, “Ah,
this is the most famous egg. I’m gonna like it.” – This is totally in spite
of the Kardashians. People are like, “Why the [bleep]
is Kylie Jenner so famous? Why does she have all this money,
all this success? She has the most liked photo
on Instagram. This is ridiculous. [Bleep] it.
This egg should be on top.” – (FBE) So finally, we have
the actual celebrity here to take a photo with you.
– Oh my gosh. Really? – (FBE) Here it is. – Aww.
It’s such a cutie. I just kinda wanna
thank you, you know? I mean, you brought the world together,
and you’re a hero, and we love you. – (laughs) Almost dropped it.
I’m holding a celebrity, excuse me! – What are your DMs like, man? – Wow. You know, you’re definitely
more beautiful than in the picture. – It’s– you could just
feel the celebrity radiating off of him. Oh, wow.
It’s really nice to meet you. – Just to be in your presence,
I’m really thankful for this opportunity.
So, it’s nice meeting you. (chuckles) This is
[bleep] ridiculous. ♪ (upbeat dance music) ♪
(camera shutter clicking) – Thanks for watching this episode
of College Kids React. And shoutout to Figi Lemon
and Devin Giles. – Make sure to subscribe
and have an eggcelent day. – What do you think
should be the most liked photo? Let us know in the comments below.
– Bye! – Hi, guys. JC here,
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