YouTube changes format for year-in-review Rewind 2019

YouTube Rewind, the video platform's year-in-review, arrived in a brand-new format on Thursday after a torrent of negative reviews in 2018.

That year's video — which featured a monologue by Will Smith and the slogan "Everyone Controls Rewind" — was widely mocked and eventually gained 17 million downvotes, making it the most disliked video in the site's history.

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