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Photo by PRPhotos.com A singer in St. Petersburg, Florida named Emma Robinson started getting big on YouTube about two years ago, because she SOUNDS auto-tuned, but she's not. It's her natural singing voice. She told the "Associated Press" it's kind of like yodeling, and it's...
Photo by PRPhotos.com An ad for a car dealership in Wichita, Kansas is going viral, because the owner decided to do the "Whip / Nae Nae" dance in it. He looks like he's in his 50's, and tells people to come in to, quote, "pick out your whip, so you can Nae Nae," which is a...
Photo by PRPhotos.com In March of 2003, BILL COSBY guest-hosted "The Late Show" for DAVID LETTERMAN . . . and SOFIA VERGARA was one of the guests. At that point, she was still pretty much unknown. The interview that ensued was probably considered HILARIOUS at the time. But with...
Photo by PRPhotos.com A guy who dresses as Darth Vader and legally changed his NAME to "Darth Vader" has been running for mayor of a city in Ukraine. The election was on Sunday, and unfortunately and he didn't win. But there's a great video of someone dressed as Chewbacca...
Photo by PRPhotos.com Josh Sunquist is the Paralympian with one leg who wears an awesome Halloween costume every year that incorporates his disability. First he was a gingerbread man with a missing leg . . . then he was the lamp from "A Christmas Story" . . . then he dressed up...
Photo by PRPhotos.com Someone posted a video of former NHL star JEREMY ROENICK messing with an ALLIGATOR on a golf course recently, and trying to jump on its BACK like Happy Gilmore. Check it out HERE.
Photo by PRPhotos.com We've been posting a lot of Jurassic World blog entries lately, and as the film is so amazingly popular the posts have been as well. There was the guy who pranked Chris Pratt, the fake trailer featuring Barney the Purple Dinosaur, the girl who cried for 20...
Photo by PRPhotos.com There's a village in Wales that has the longest name of any location in Europe, and the second-longest in the world. The name is 58 letters long, and they adopted it in the 1860's as a promotional thing to get more tourists. We're not even going to TRY to...