Anything looks peaceful from high up in the air. Just ask a few students from Emerson College, who went up in a helicopter so they could create an aerial timelapse of the bustling city of Boston. Although the streets were teeming with cars and people, the city looks calm and marvelous from above.
Raphael Rogers found the same tranquility during his trip to Norway. Rogers got stunning footage of the Scandinavian country from above with a drone. View Now
Braids are definitely tending this summer. Step up your braid game with these looks that are so stylish it’ll make your brain hurt. This video breaks down every plait to inspire braid dos that’ll give everyone else total hairstyle envy. View Now
Beach season is around the corner, so what better way to kick your butt into gear than by taking advice from a model? Cami Morrone shows us three exercises that can transform anyone’s booty with a little motivation—and a lot of commitment.
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Reuben Wu is a photographer with a fascination for innovation. His recent experiments use a drone with a light attached and multiple exposures, allowing him to select which aspects of the landscapes to showcase. See how he creates his stunning landscapes in Wu's behind-the-scenes video here. View Now
The Ulm Muenster is a Protestant Gothic church in Germany, built in the late 19th century. This is the tallest church in the world, and by the looks of it, the daredevil in this video just scaled it. Though the view is stunning, free climbing on such an old, historic building is both dangerous and disrespectful, and definitely not recommended. View Now
In honor of Selena Gomez gracing the May cover of GQ, the magazine released a steamy behind-the-scenes prelude. The former Disney star turned singer is featured stripping down in a rural heartland placing the actress in a whole new light. The video, with its “girl next door” vibe, is definitely her sexist photoshoot yet—or at least we think so.
Be sure to check out GQ tomorrow to read Gomez’s full interview. View Now
If the skiing doesn't draw you in, the scenery will. NicksbikeFilms recently went to Crater Lake to go skiing and ended up creating a stunning video in the process. View Now
If you’re wondering why Kylie Jenner’s lip kits keep selling out—here’s why. Cosmopolitan rounded up a group of daring ladies with varying skin tones to try out the matte lipstick, “Kourt K.”
The dark-colored lipstick is pretty edgy (and probably too risky for most gals) but the purple hue looks good on basically everyone. Check it out for yourself. View Now
There's a lot of fancy science talk to explain how tides work and the way intergalactic bodies influence gravity in such a way that changes the way water moves, but we'll save that for Oli Pettigrew. For now, just watch with wonder as the Bay of Fundy tide does its thing. View Now
I’m not entirely sure what’s going on here, or why someone would be inspired to make such a video—but regardless, these tiny donuts are adorable and I want them. View Now
Videographer Dave Tebbutt took a trip across the good ol' U.S. of A, and decided to bring his professional-grade DJI Phantom drone with him. His journey took across every terrain imaginable, and put together a short film that is nothing short of stunning, and very reminiscent of Woody Guthrie's, "This Land is My Land." Sit back and watch the entire thing here. View Now
Festival season is upon us — and with that comes flower headbands, denim cutoffs, fringed crop tops and lots, and lots of color. Get some inspiration from this girl’s colorful mermaid hair just in time for Coachella. View Now
Rainbow-colored foods are trending lately. From rainbow bagels and cupcakes to now beautiful “unicorn” bark, this insane creation is what dreams are made of. And the best part? You can easily make it from the comforts of your own home (and it’s easy).
1. Melt each color candy melt in its own bowl.
2. On a sheet tray covered with parchment paper, dot each color in a collage-like pattern, filling the middle of the tray.
3. Using a mini spatula, mix the colors together to make a swirling pattern and to fill the tray. View Now
The seasons really do change in the blink of an eye. One skier in Utah decided to strap on a parachute as well, so at just the right moment, his ski trip turned into a paragliding adventure. He seemed to transcend time and space as well, for while he left the ground it was in a winter wonderland, but when he landed, it was in the pinnacle of spring. View Now
Erin Andrews recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to thank fans, friends and family for their ongoing support during her peeping tom court battle. Earlier this month, the sports broadcaster was awarded $55 million from a lawsuit against her stalker, Michael Barrett, and the Nashville Marriott.
In 2008, Barrett secretly filmed Andrews leading her to suffer from depression, anxiety and panic attacks. Videos of the incident were shared online.
Oh, and Kimmel asked Andrews for a million dollars. Because, why not? View Now
There's a beautiful stretch of road just outside of Los Angeles that calls out to motorcyclists everywhere, begging to be ridden. Many answer the call, but the road's siren song comes with a catch: it's got sharp turns at fast speeds. One regular rider was on the road recently when he witnessed a double-crash on one of the sharper turns. No serious injuries - to the people, anyway. The bikes, however, saw a bit of damage. View Now
his Mercedez-Benz 407D was abandoned back in 2004, but the mechanics working with Flexiny decided to take a crack at it and see if they could get it to run. It took some new parts, hard work, and a lot of love, but before long, they got that old van to purr like a kitten. View Now
Walking on a highline is hard, more so without shoes, and especially if the weather isn't being agreeable. That's the predicament this slackliner found himself in, and unfortunately, he didn't get too far until the windy weather won. View Now
There’s just something really official about doctor’s gloves. Watch a “surgeon” strategically implant a KitKat into a carved out 3 Musketeers bar. It’ll be the most mesmerizing (and pointless) video you’ll have seen this week.
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This is the definition of a close call. Mountain Biker Brendan Fairclough was enjoying a ride when he quickly came upon a dangerous overhang. He was able to stop just in the nick of time, avoiding serious injury. View Now
Things may have gotten a little wild for the photographer on safari in Zambia, but as far as the Melbourne Zoo is concerned, it's panda cub watch 24/7. View Now
WARNING: Watching Anziz Ansari chow down in India may make you very very hungry.
The New York Times recently chronicled the comedian’s trip. From learning more about his roots to eating drool-worthy food we're experiencing some serious wanderlust. Is it summer vacation yet? View Now
Using only the full moon, these longboarders took a beautiful ride down the scenic roads of France. Their talent is only half of the film's wonder, however; camera technology would not have been able to make a video like this a few years ago. See their full ride here. View Now
Lady Gaga may not have won an Oscar, but she certainly stole the show with her performance. Gaga took to the stage to perform “Til It Happens To You” alongside other sexual assault survivors. The group exposed their forearms with words and phrases written on them such as: “Survivor,” “Not Your Fault” and “Unbreakable." To no one’s surprise, the incredibly moving rendition even earned her a standing ovation. View Now
Kelly Clarkson’s return to American Idol was basically one big cry fest. While performing “Piece by Piece” off her 2015 album, everyone was moved to tears — including Clarkson herself.
Watch the American Idol series finale April 7th. View Now