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Summer is officially here and that means the bikinis are coming. Last year, NFL cheerleaders were continually posting videos of them lip syncing Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepson. This year, that trend continues with Taylor Swift's 22. We're totally okay with that. Here, you'll find the Miami Dolphin and the New Orleans Saints cheerleaders doing their own renditions. Which do you like better? Tell us on Facebook.
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There have been countless cover's done of Daft Punk's latest infectious hit, "Get Lucky," but French musician PV Nova has taken his back in time. The self-proclaimed, "electropopn'roll," artist covered the song in the styling of a different musical era starting from the roarin' twenties, all the way to modern day and the results are amazing. Proving that the Great Gatsby himself would have been tapping his oxford wingtips to the catchy song even way back when.
After about a month in jail for "communicating a terrorist threat" on Facebook, 18-year-old Massachusetts student Cameron D'Ambrosio (aka Cammy Dee) has been released, after a grand jury refused to indict him. D'Ambrosio was jailed after an attempt at earning some street cred with a rap song went wrong, when he referenced the Boston bombings, saying he "could do worse". Although D'Ambrosio was freed, the charges against him have not been dropped and FreeCameron.org is still collecting signatures in order for prosecutors to drop the case for good.
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Sophia Gracie (& Rosie) became an internet sensation after impressively covering Nicki Minaj's "Superbass" and catching the attention of Ellen Degeneres. Now Sophia Grace has got her own song, "Girls Just Gotta Have Fun," that's helping her take the internet by storm once more!
Who says tutus and tiaras can't be BA? In her official music video for her new song "Girls Just Gotta Have Fun," Sophia Grace shows us how it's done. She's got her glam on, the party's gonna follow her, and Rosie's got her back, so put your hands in the air and ride that pink SUV! But seriously, this is awesome. See the hosts' reactions.
It's official, Jessica Simpson is now on YouTube, it is 2013 after all. To commemorate her joining YouTube, her first post is quite the throwback Thursday (#tbt for all of you Instagram users). This appears to be Jessica performing "A Chorus Line" before she was famous. Even then, she had incredible talent. Listen, watch, and enjoy.
It's Tech Time, again! As part of a physics demonstration, a high school science teacher had cinder blocks smashed on his stomach. Then it's 50 music videos in one for OK Go's new song "I'm Not Through." Watch to find out why and how all of this was done!
Ricky Gervais channels a "musician" named David Brent in his latest web series offering guitar tutorials. This first edition was released just in time for YouTube's Comedy Week. Gervais, err, Brent performs "Life on the Road' for us after his first unconventional, no-nonsense lesson on the basics of guitar-playing.
If you're into the whole electronic dance music (or EDM) scene, then this product has your name all over it. Vojta Stolbenko is a Poi Pro! What is Poi, you ask? It's a performance art performance that involves swinging tethered weights through a variety of rhythmical and geometric patterns. The art originated with the Māori people of New Zealand. But if you're ready to learn how to spin Poi yourself, be ready to spend $1,500.
What's lower than Australia, and smoother than jazz? It's the sexy red Polo that you wish you owned, and can for only 1800 Euros! This 1990 Volkswagen Polo is actually for sale by its singing Irish owner. You should buy this Polo and keep it real.
Mark Kroos is an incredible guitar player. If you've seen the movie "Deliverance," then you're familiar with the dueling banjo song. This video shows that you don't need two players to play that song- you just need to be incredibly talented and have amazing multi-tasking skills.
If you've never been "rickrolled" with Rick Astley's 80s "Never Gonna Give You Up" music video, you haven't really experienced all the interweb has to offer. Not to fret. Jash's Reggie Watts created a new shot-for-shot tribute version of the ever-popular internet meme as part of YouTube's Comedy Week. Now you'll have a whole new video to trick your friends into watching so get to it!
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