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Rosanna Pansino made some "nerd birds" on the latest installment of Nerdy Nummies! Joined by her pal Kurt Schneider, Pansino created Harry Potter Hedwing cupcakes. Step-by-step, the talented snack creator made these little owl-shaped treats and showed us how to make them at home.
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The U.S. Navy Blue Angels recently went on a test run and filmed the entire experience. While handling a lot of G-Force, these pilots made some awesome moves in the air. Practice clearly makes perfect.
You have you're regular, relaxing lake days and then you have this, a Devin Supertramp lake day. You just know it's about to be full of high-flying, out-of-control, extreme fun! That's just what he's known for.
John Drury is the Dancing Truck Driver, who lost a bunch of weight from just shaking his hips. Drury recently challenged everyone on Twitter and Facebook to do a "Running Man" dance video of their own. Using the #Move4BigJohn, you can join John's challenge with your own version of the "Running Man." The RTM hosts took part in the dancing fun, now it's your turn!
Violinist Eleanor Bartsch was warming up for her performance of the Bach Concerto for Two Violins at the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin when she decided to bring her warm-up outside to Kelly and Viola, two middle aged elephants. She was a bit surprised to discover that the elegant creatures really seemed to enjoy the music, even swaying back and forth to the sound! Click here for the RTM take.
Roman Uskovits was paragliding over Colorado when he made an unfortunate landing. The wind seemed to go away as he descended to the ground. Ouch!
How do you make extreme sports even better!? With a GoPro and cupcakes, of course! In clip one, a GoPro on the back wheel of a bike gives an awesome POV for the ride. In clip two, it's cupcakes in the sky for these skydivers.
Homeowner Mike Watts recently decided to capitalize on an inconvenience in the United Kingdom. Watts built a toll road for commuters to use as a bypass, as a landslide had stopped traffic. The local government delayed clearing up debris and Watts took advantage.
We have an update on a recent stunt video. The Audi jump we showed you in early August turned out to be fake. It turns out that it was all a publicity "stunt" for the band Broiler's new song "Money." The band recently admitted that the stunt was fictitious, but it got the notoriety that they were looking for in promoting the song.
The National Pro Grid League features athletes, both men and women, competing in relay races with weightlifting, running and more. Our own Beth Troutman and Nick Calderone recently went for a training session with the Phoenix Rise team. Beth and Nick couldn't hang on the professional level, so they competed in a makeshift version of the competition. Tight work, guys!
Julien Welsch and Guillaume Gleyo were hanging out, when they decided to do their best to one-up each other with several challenges. The competition got so intense that they included motorcycle tricks in the gauntlet. Oh, and there was also fire.
David Martin and Ruben Pla were on a cliff in Alicante, Spain, when they decided to add some fun to the location. The duo used cables to set up a highline and a rope swing. The activities were all caught on their GoPro cameras.