To talk about the crazy, insane, wonderful video by Mia entitled The Stanley Steemer Variations (by Mia). This extravaganza appeared out of nowhere last week on YouTube, and has entertained, amused, shocked, confounded, tantalized, and even raised suspicion among tens of thousands of viewers in the online community.
If you haven’t seen this yet…
you absolutely need to click below before reading any further!
Everyone knows the jingle, but no one has seen it like this before! ryanseacrest.com
Carpet cleaning just got young and sexy…
Genius! So thoughtfully put together and well executed, you can’t stop watching her to see what she’ll come up with next. Oh yeah, and her voice, it’s out of this world.
Mr. Steemer, I hope you’re standing near a 1-800-MATTRESS. CollegeHumor.com
This is absolutely AMAZING! I cannot even get over this, it’s incredible.
Versatility is underrated.
Andrea Bennett, Onion News Anchor
I think S.S. owes someone a big, fat check!
This is sick and fierce!! Yes, Mia!
I watched the first 4 or 5 with my hands over my open mouth before I laughed. janelle: just your regular everyday dream girl
We are very impressed with singer Mia Gentile, who’s just taken the time and trouble to rework a popular US ad jingle while showcasing every musical style possible. Watch the video and you’ll soon be singing along with her – even if, like us, you’d never heard of Stanley Steemer before. huffingtonpost.co.uk
This insane Cinci grad who does bonkers renditions of the Stanley Steemer jingle is my new favorite.
We think this young lady is trying to sell us something, but with the clash of a dozen musical styles and outfits, it’s so hard to keep track.
B3TA: WE LOVE THE WEB
Alter! Die Frau hat Pfeffer… Gesang macht eben sexy! 😀
Advertising jingles are one of the banes of life, teaching you how to hate as they earworm your mind and and refuse to leave it. But Mia Gentile has done the impossible and made the Stanley Steemer jingle tolerable–for that she should win a Nobel.
She does everything from Taylor Swift, Norah Jones (I think), Avril Lavigne, and Lady Gaga (again, not sure). But I can’t complain because I prefer this to the original commercial, with the creepy balding CGI man floating around a living room.
I think we should all take this video as proof that any commercial with an annoyingly catchy jingle is dangerous. It invades our lives, enters our brains, and deteriorates our sanity.
I Wish I Didn’t Know
New Reviews, Dec. 11, 2012:
E-Wallstreeter: Woman Covers the Stanley Steemer Jingle in Many Musical Styles
From: PopScreen – Trending Videos – 6:40pm – December 11, 2012
We were THE trending video at 6:40 yesterday on E-Wallstreeter. Yay!
E-Wall Streeter Viral Video Buzz
Girl Covers Stanley Steemer Commercial Jingle In Nearly Every Music Genre
If you live in a large metropolitan area in America, there’s a very good chance you have heard the catchy Stanley Steemer commercial jingle.
Mia Gentile definitely has. She’s heard the song so many times, she’s ready for something new. So she took the catchy ad tune, and covered it in countless variations, styles, and genres, from rock, to opera, to 50′s, to punk.
Not only does she have an amazing voice, and tons of talent, but, gosh, does this girl have some serious fashion sense as each variation has its own matching outfit.
Actually though, Mia Gentile not only has the ability take the the Stanley Steemer tune and cover it in a wide variety of musical genres, but my god, her performances were hilarious with the complementary matching outfits and all.
The Stanley Steemer Variations
Mia Gentile is both talented and versatile, as she shows in this Stanley Steemer jingle video. The product comes in all genres – at least one of them will make you want to get your carpet cleaned! They gotta hire her.
Watch The Stanley Steemer Jingle Be Sung In A Variety Of Different Musical Styles
Dare I say, this is one of the best viral videos I’ve ever seen. It literally has it all: it’s actually well made and entertaining with a cute / very likable main female character. It’s the little things, right?
Do you watch a ton of television? Then of course you’ve seen Stanley Steemer’s commercials. Youtube user Mia Gentile has taken the generic Stanley Steemer jingle and sung it in a variety of different musical styles from Jazz to an Avril Lavigne-like punk rock.
Plus, Mia’s really cute which only adds to the video’s appeal.
Well, This Is a Thing: “The Stanley Steemer Variations” By Mia
Look, I’m as confused as you probably are about this, but we can all agree “The Stanley Steemer Variations” is definitely a thing we’ve experienced together.
Well This Is A Thing
Woman Covers the Stanley Steemer Jingle in Many Musical Styles
New York City-based artist Mia Gentile created a fun video for the jingle of Stanley Steemer, the nation’s largest deep cleaning service. She wonderfully covers the jingle in a long list of musical styles (it must have taken a long time to make!). She says on her blog that she is “not affiliated in any way with the company Stanley Steemer,” that it is not a “viral marketing campaign,” and that she “sang all the vocals.”
Watch One Girl’s Epic, Genre-Spanning Take on the Stanley Steemer Jingle
Well, that’s one way to snag an endorsement deal. (But, seriously, hats off.)
New York Magazine
Stanley Steemer Jingle Covered in Virtually Every Musical Genre, Ever
Chances are, at one point of another in your life, you have had the Stanley Steemer jingle stuck in your head. Maybe it’s lasted for an hour, or maybe even two. That was nothing. You can thank Mia, because after watching this video and hearing the jingle in every musical genre possible, we guess you’re going to be humming the carpet cleaning company jingle in your sleep for a month.
Right This Minute
Chameleon actress turns Stanley Steemer commercial jingle into one-woman musical medley to show off her skills
Pete Townshend smashed a guitar to make the Daily Mail; we just filmed a video. This was the best article yet, with an awesome photo spread. Those Brits have a way with words!
Daily Mail (UK)
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