YouTube videos have apparently reached a whole new significance if you want to earn attention from your favorite celebrity. YouTube guru guy Steve Kardynal blew up last year when he took the viral and radio hit song “Call Me Maybe” and decided to lip sync the song suggestively to unassuming chat roulette users. The whole experience was taped and uploaded to YouTube for all to see and take part in.
This year, Kardynal struck again, but this time the man, who loves making videos with barely any clothes on, took on an artist that’s just as outrageous as he is — Miley Cyrus. For his chat roulette video, Steve Kardynal lip synced Cyrus’ emotional song “Wrecking Ball.” The best part of the video is that Kardynal actually swung from a “Wrecking Ball” while nude.
Views from this internet sensation tripled considerably, and has made Steve a viral name among the other YouTubers. His Miley Cyrus video amassed to 85 million views on YouTube, so it was only a matter of time before Miley Cyrus noticed.
According to the YouTube sensation, Miley Cyrus’ management sent the man a special gift for bringing attention to the “Wrecking Ball” single. Once his video went viral, the song shot back up to number one on the Billboards Hot 100 list after nine weeks. Now that’s leaving a significant impression.
A few days ago, Kardynal told his Twitter followers about the special treat that was waiting for him.
Last week Miley Cyrus’s management company asked for my address so they could send me something. Thanks for the Champagne, Miley! 😀
— Stephen Kardynal (@SteveKardynal) December 17, 2013
That wasn’t all. According to an insider close to Kardynal, Cyrus even penned him a special note. “She just wrote on the box ‘Miley and my pimps.’ He thought it was the perfect gift,” said the source.
For those who don’t know what chat roulette is, it’s a website that lets people interact with strangers via their webcams. You can choose to eject someone from a chat room and move on to the next person waiting in line with their web cam.
Here’s the video of Steve Kardynal writhing to Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball.”