Considering that he’s joined forces with 50 Cent, hung with serenading unicorns and engaged in more lip-synching antics in Jennifer Aniston-starring viral videos over the past couple of years, we see no end to Keenan Cahill‘s reign of terror in the near future. Now, the 16-year-old YouTube star is up to more hijinks as he flaunts what made him famous in a new clip in which he shows his love for the David & Goliath-created “Robot” radio spot promoting Carl’s Jr.’s Hand Breaded Chicken Fillet Sandwich. IPG’s Initiative has even joined in on the fun and handled the negotiations for a takeover of Cahill’s YouTube page. It’s all over, Keenan, you win.
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As EVB promised, there is indeed “more to come” in terms of the SF digital shop’s 2011 Juicy Fruit campaign. Now that you’ve already witnessed the first of three music videos from this year’s incarnation (the other two will roll out within the next few weeks), the Serenading Unicorn, sans Keenan Cahill, is helping you brighten up someone’s day with a Wallpost Serenade covering everything from birthdays to bad haircuts to Hump Day (above). We’re not sure if this campaign’s jumped the shark quite yet, but guess it couldn’t hurt sending someone an affirmation of sorts while we decide.
EVB has unveiled the next phase of its award-winning “Serenading Unicorn” campaign for Juicy Fruit, this time pairing up the playful, mythical puppet with YouTube sensation/50 Cent’s pal Keenan Cahill. In this latest installment, Cahill and the creature sing along to “Whip It” by Devo and let the good times roll. We’ve been told by the EVB camp that this the campaign is “not over yet” and there are “many more surprises to come.’ Whatever the case, it’s a nice, silly way to start the day.