YouTube's April Fool's prank: The site's shutting down till 2023
YouTube says it will also select one definitive video as the winner and the result will be announced in 2023.
In tune with the April Fool's Day tradition YouTube has posted a video announcing that the eight-year-old site that is now the world's most popular online video destination is downing its shutters for a decade. But before it deletes all those millions of hours of video, YouTube has also empanelled judges to select that one definitive video that and the the winner will be declared when the website goes back online in 2023.
Watch the YouTube 2013 April Fool's Day video: