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He may be “legally prohibited from being funny on television,” but Conan O’Brien has still managed to capture the attention of a video-viewing audience. More and more fan-made videos from O’Brien’s live comedy show have made their way onto YouTube since the tour kicked off on Monday.

The stirrings of virality started yesterday, when one YouTube user uploaded a vid of Conan performing “I Will Survive,” which has since garnered more than 100,000 hits. Another video — this one depicting the comedian covering Radiohead’s “Creep” — hit the web recently as well, popping up on myriad web video sites. (The song is a rather funny choice on O’Brien’s part, as a popular parody of Jay Leno’s return to The Tonight Show featured the same jam.)

Although Conan will be returning to TV in November, his online fame only continues to grow. He’s a heavy hitter on Facebook, Biz Stone cited his Twitter fame at today’s Chirp developer conference and now videos of his live show are going viral on YouTube. Forget television at this point, dude — the Internet is your oyster.

Check out a collection of fan-made vids below:

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