It's all toy drum kits and air guitars in Team GB's Olympic tribute via Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now," a fitting bookend that mirrors the USA swim team's pre-Olympic rendition of "Call Me Maybe."
Team GB and Queen
Team GB supplier Adidas selected athletes for "Don't Stop Me Now" -- youtu.be/aYtpL5YhWOQ -- including London 2012 medalists in heptathlete Jessica Ennis, cyclists Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton, gymnast Louis Smith and rower Pete Reed (with a cameo from David Beckham), and contrasting with the American contingent's preference for Speedo swimwear in "Call Me Maybe" -- youtu.be/YPIA7mpm1wU.
The curious case of the vanishing video
As for the best of the rest, many of YouTube's most popular Olympic videos have been diligently removed, a result of action taken by the International Olympic Comittee.
Some, such as the Netherlands' Epke Zonderland's gold medal performance on the high bar, have been re-uploaded by other users; others continue to masquerade under false pretences, offering clips from the closing ceremony or Stephan Feck's bellyflop, but instead delivering the opening night's fireworks display or a different aquatic event.
A rare few are the real deal but bound to disappear soon enough, such as Muse's majestic live rendition of official Olympic anthem "Survival," with commenters asking why it wasn't part of the US broadcast: youtu.be/3JVx5cr46X8.
The best of the rest
Those that remain include funny favorites "Sharapova hit balls Djokovic" (youtu.be/dJk-vp4cxoo), "Ryan Lochte Is Terrible At Interviews" (youtu.be/6dlyCTswYH0), and "slap slap" (youtu.be/TXYOPDjtFC0) from the Tunisia vs USA men's basketball game, as well as testaments to athletic achievement in "Liz Cambage becomes first woman to dunk during Olympic Games" (youtu.be/XTZRt7xsHqE), "Olympic Gold Medalist Admits to Cheating!" (youtu.be/jQZyuaFdw2g), and "10 Most Successful Olympians" (youtu.be/UUhlTh-mXrk).