ChoKaKaO is a French music video by Gummibär aka Osito Gominola, Ursinho Gummy, Gumimaci, Funny Bear, The Gummy Bear, etc.http://www.gummibar.net Download from iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/itunesgummybearCD available on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/gummybearcdDVD available on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/gummybeardvdShirts and merch - http://www.gummytees.comVisit Gummibär online at imagummybear.com. Cho Ka Ka O - from the album "I Am Your Gummy Bear"Artist: GummibärTitle: Cho Ka Ka OAlbum: I Am Your Gummy BearSubscribe to Gummibär's YouTube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/gummybearintlGUMMIBÄR T-SHIRTS AND MERCH: http://imagummybear.spreadshirt.comSign up for the Gummibär mailing list to win great prizes! - http://www.gummibar.net/newsletterPLAY GUMMIBÄR (THE GUMMY BEAR) GAME: http://www.gummybeargame.comVISIT ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/funnygummyFOLLOW ON TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/imagummybearVISIT ON MYSPACE: http://www.myspace.com/funnygummyFOLLOW ON PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/imagummybearSEND A GUMMIBÄR ECARD: http://www.funnygummy.comGUMMIBÄR JAPAN: http://www.gummybear.jpOSITO GOMINOLA: http://www.ositogominola.mxMore about GummibärGummibär, a funny and lovable cartoon character, is a green animated gummy bear with a multitude of talents. Whether he is singing, break dancing, or playing his tuba, both children and adults can't get enough of his funny gummy antics. His multi-lingual abilities have led to a huge International following and allow him to sing in 20 different languages including English, Hungarian, French, German, Spanish, Swedish, Portuguese, Czech, Slovak, Russian, and Hebrew with more to follow.With close to 1 billion plays and counting, the video for "I Am A Gummy Bear" (The Gummy Bear Song) by Gummibär, has captured the hearts and minds of Internet users world-wide. Viewers of videos on YouTube, MySpace, and other social networking websites have made this animated short one of the most watched, most discussed, and most favorited videos on the Internet.Initially a regional success in Hungary, it wasn't long before the catchy little 30 second animated clip found it's way onto social networking sites. In a matter of months, dozens, then hundreds, and now thousands of postings of the original video have popped up all over MySpace, YouTube, Facebook, and just about every online community that you can think of. In addition, thousands of people have created and posted user generated fan videos of themselves singing and dancing to The Gummy Bear Song as well.