Humor Web Humor The 14 Most Hilarious Screaming Goat Videos As weird as it may sound, goats are affirming their place on the internet Share PINTEREST Email Print Humor Memes Holiday Humor By Beverly Jenkins Beverly Jenkins Beverly Jenkins is a humor and pop culture writer. She has published three web humor books and six calendars, including You Had One Job! and Photobombed. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 11/14/18 Move over, cats! The internet has a new favorite animal, and it is the majestic...goat. No, that's not a typo. Goats are definitely having a moment online. Before these screaming goat videos went viral, most people had no clue that when goats open their mouths and use their little goat voices, they sound disturbingly like humans. Screaming humans. You read that right; hollering goats sound pretty much exactly like the tortured screams of a human being. As you can imagine, the sounds of screaming goats are funny enough on their own, but when the internet gets hold of them and starts adding screaming goat voices to music videos, it is internet gold! Check out 14 of the best screaming goat videos below. 01 of 14 Justin Bieber's "Baby Baby" Even those of us without Bieber Fever can appreciate how cute and funny these goats sound while "helping" Justin out with the lyrics. 02 of 14 Geico's Screaming Scapegoat Commercial Via YouTube/Geico. This is one 30-second commercial that will make you laugh Every. Single. Time. 03 of 14 Screaming Goat Sounds Like Larry David Via Funny Or Die. The internet went nuts over this clip of a couple of dwarf goats in a pen who happened to sound exactly like the lovably neurotic Larry David. What do you think? 04 of 14 Goats Yelling Like Humans—Supercut Version Courtesy: RSVLTS on YouTube. Here is the video that started it all. Quite simply, this is the weirdest, funniest two-minute video on the web. Hands-down. Yes, seriously. Just try to watch it and not laugh! 05 of 14 Goats Yelling Like Humans, Part 2 Courtesy: RSVLTS on YouTube. More of the same yelling goodness as the first video but with even more goats sticking out their tongues as they bellow. Bonus points to the goat who seems to be laughing and for the guy who screams like he just saw a massive cockroach. 06 of 14 Bon Jovi: 'Living on a Prayer,' Goat Version Courtesy: GoatsDub. This one might be my favorite: a 27-second clip of Bon Jovi's hit song, "Livin' on a Prayer," with a goat screaming the famous chorus. Even die-hard Bon Jovi fans will think it's funny. 07 of 14 Oprah and the Yelling Goat Courtesy: arjen92. This clip perfectly combines Oprah's enthusiastic audience voice with the yelling goat. This video was definitely not a celebrity fail, but if you'd like to see some (and you know you do), check out "25 of the Worst Celebrity Photoshop Fails" (including Oprah!). 08 of 14 Taylor Swift: I Knew You Were a Goat When I Walked In Courtesy: Goosik. This 38 second-long clip shows singer Taylor Swift in her video for "I Knew You Were Trouble When You Walked In" but with a goat singing the chorus. You'll never hear the song the same. That's OK. 09 of 14 Queen: 'We Are the Champions,' Goat Edition Courtesy: YouTube. These goats are truly going nuts on the chorus. I think Freddie Mercury would approve. 10 of 14 Will.i.am's 'Scream and Shout' Featuring Britney Spears...and a Screaming Goat Will.i.am and Brit-Brit get a little help with the chorus here...whether they like it or not. 11 of 14 Star Goats Via YouTube/Marca Blanca. Honestly, you haven't lived until you've heard this funny clip of screaming goats "singing" the Star Wars anthem. 12 of 14 Ke$ha's 'Tik Tok,' Goat Edition Pop bad girl Ke$ha's vocal talents may be questionable, but this goat backup singer is totally legit. That's just the beginning. Here are "10 Super Funny Music Parody Videos by the Key of Awesome." 13 of 14 Celine Dion: My Heart Will Goat On This...is so...beautiful. Not only did the creators layer in the goat vocals, but they even blended in images of the goat with the music video. It's truly a masterpiece. 14 of 14 Funny Goats Screaming Like Humans Via YouTube/Your Daily Laugh. The title of this video says it all, really. This video has been watched more than 26.5 million times on YouTube. Make it one more—or three.