By this point, pretty much everyone has done The Harlem Shake or been subjected to a rendition. Now YouTube, the site responsible for hosting the videos of the viral dance clips, does the Harlem Shake. No, not the employees, the website itself.
All you have to do to see the Easter egg is go to YouTube using the Google Chrome browser and type in “do the harlem shake”. You’ll notice a pause button appear between YouTube’s logo and the search box.
After YouTube’s search results are served, the familiar 30-second cut of the song created by Baauer will begin playing and the YouTube logo will begin to dance by itself (no helmet though). Then when the drop kicks in, the rest of the search results begin pulsing wildly.
Here’s a video of it in action via YouTube users bavogames:
Google has created quite a few clever Easter eggs through the years. Below are links to a few other recent Easter eggs.
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