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Jimmy Kimmel, DJ Khaled Play '3 Ridiculous Questions'

Jimmy Kimmel, DJ Khaled Play '3 Ridiculous Questions'

Thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, we’re all learning quite a bit about DJ Khaled. Last night, Kimmel played “3 Ridiculous Questions” with DJ Khaled over a couple of apple vodka martinis. The rapper/producer answered the questions pretty perfectly—even if the responses didn’t make a ton of sense.  DJ Khaled is releasing his ninth album, Major Keys, on July 29.  View Now
Hilarious Japanese Vacuum And Harmonica Duet Is Music To Our Ears

Hilarious Japanese Vacuum And Harmonica Duet Is Music To Our Ears

Can you imagine putting this instrument/appliance on your resume? The creation of this entire viral category probably involved a bored college guy, but the utter weirdness you get by vacuuming a harmonica is internet gold. It's taken Japanese social media by storm and is popping up around the world as people finally find a use for their forgotten cleaning appliances. View Now
Her Yodel Brings All The Cows To The Yard

Her Yodel Brings All The Cows To The Yard

We don't know if Jonna Jinton really stumbles on something magical or if the cows just come over to check out a human making a cool noise, but either way, we're impressed! Just in case you're wondering, that beautiful, haunting noise she's making is an ancient Swedish herding call known as a Kulning. View Now
This Guy's So Happy About His Costco Lunch He Made A Music Video

This Guy's So Happy About His Costco Lunch He Made A Music Video

You've heard of the Big Mac rap and the Fast Food Song, but we suspect this NEW food dedication will take the world by storm. Addicted to the smorgasbord of free samples, a tasty food-court and crazy good prices, sillymandan (Danny Roque) stars in a hilarious musical tribute to wholesale giant Costco that's even better than their giant churros. And that's saying a lot. View Now
Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar Slay at BET Awards With Surprise Performance

Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar Slay at BET Awards With Surprise Performance

Beyonce is no stranger to surprises, but fans were still shocked when she joined Kendrick Lamar on stage at the BET Awards last night. Queen Bey opened up the ceremony with “Freedom,” from Beyonce’s latest album Lemonade. And if the intense choreography, flying sparked and smoke weren’t enough for the audience, the crowd nearly lost their minds when Lamar popped up mid-song for a live rendition of his rap verse.  View Now
This Festival Prankster Reminds Us How Hilarious Dads Are

This Festival Prankster Reminds Us How Hilarious Dads Are

Think of the last place you'd want to bring your dad. At the top of the list, ahead of " Tinder dates", "parties" and "job interviews", is "festivals"--hubs of tastefully illegal, NSFW and non-family-friendly fun since Woodstock set the bar high in 1969. Frenchi TV channeled that dad-energy in its latest video where it placed everyone's dad in hilariously real and unscripted situations with festival-goers. See the full hilariously awkward prank video! View Now
A DAIRY Good MOOsic Video

A DAIRY Good MOOsic Video

If you've seen those viral videos of musicians serenading herds of cows, you've discovered the world's main source of dairy are incredibly musical creatures. Well, leave it to zany and entertaining DJ Flula to pay a musical tribute to the source of our delicious milkshakes, cheeses and yogurts at this Florida dairy yard. Complete with cow-print digital camo, sassy german-accent lyrics and water hoses, this signature Flula mashup is the weird music video you've GOT to see... and probably can't forget! View Now
Broadway Stars Come Together to Record Track to Benefit Orlando Victims

Broadway Stars Come Together to Record Track to Benefit Orlando Victims

In the wake of the Orlando massacre, most of us were left feeling helpless. The Broadway community got together to record this very special version of "What the World Needs Now is Love." Because you know what? It really does. You'll see a who's who of Broadway stars - past and present, including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Whoopie Goldberg, Sarah Jessica Parker and lots more. Check it out! View Now
This Music Video Cost 50,000 M&M's

This Music Video Cost 50,000 M&M's

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of everyone's favorite candy-coated treat, Zedd and Aloe Blacc put together an M&M-infused remix of the classic song, "The Candy <an." The video features an instrument designed especially for the occasion, but instead of using sticks or picks to play it, the instrument is controlled M&M's. It took 50,000 pieces of candy to run the machine for the duration of "Candyman." For anyone dying to make some music but would rather eat the M&M's than play with them, M&M's made a music app! View Now
Epic Anthem To Jeff Goldblum's Movie Characters

Epic Anthem To Jeff Goldblum's Movie Characters

Matt and Alex noticed a disturbing trend while investigating some classic Jeff Goldblum's movie characters. The duo decided to serenade the star with an anthem about how his character's opinions are always ignored in films. Goldblum made a cameo in the music video and the singers fittingly ignored him. The video is promoting his new movie Independence Day: Resurgence.  View Now
This is the World's Tiniest Violin

This is the World's Tiniest Violin

You will be amazed to see this small box called the Soli that allows you to play the World's Smallest Violin with your fingers. The developers of the amazing technology from Design IO plan to use this technology to eventually control other things with just hand gestures. View Now
Young Girl Delivers Powerful Performance on ‘America’s Got Talent'

Young Girl Delivers Powerful Performance on ‘America’s Got Talent'

Grace Vanderwaal, 12, is taking the Internet by storm since her incredible performance on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” earlier this week. The young singer-songwriter from New York took to the stage with an original song called, “I Don’t Know My Name.” With ukulele in hand, she blew the crowd away and left the judges in awe. Simon Cowell even went as far as to predict that she’ll be the next Taylor Swift (who is now following her on Twitter)—and we can’t disagree. View Now
Justin Bieber Travels the World in New Music Video for ‘Company'

Justin Bieber Travels the World in New Music Video for ‘Company'

Justin Bieber recently dropped a documentary-style music video for his song, “Company.” The elaborate video follows the Biebs somewhat down-to-earth (but no doubt expensive) lifestyle by offering snippets of him doing skateboarding tricks, breaking out into dance sessions and of course, private jet rides.  View Now
It’s Very Lonely For Daenerys Targaryen on the ‘GoT’ Set

It’s Very Lonely For Daenerys Targaryen on the ‘GoT’ Set

Nick Jonas is fanboying hard over Emilia Clark—oh, and she’s heard of him (ouch). Regardless, “BBC Radio 1” invited both stars into the studio for a joint interview and it’s sort of amazing. Jonas asks Clark what the process is like for filming “Game of Thrones” and the Mother of Dragons reveals that it’s actually quite lonely on set. “No, no…everyone else is in the same place, and then they put me in a little box, and they ship me out to sea…," she says. View Now
Doppelgänger Convinces a City She is Pop Star Ariana Grande

Doppelgänger Convinces a City She is Pop Star Ariana Grande

The team from TwinStrangers.com thought their user Joelle could pass as pop star Ariana Grande's doppelgänger. The 15-year-old from the Netherlands was skeptical, but agreed to participate in the prank and pose as the famous singer. The team flew the teen to Ireland and alerted the media that Ariana Grande would be staying at a hotel in Dublin. When the teen arrived there was a crowd of fans and the media waiting there. Joelle passed as the pop singer and posed for plenty of selfies with Grande's fans.  View Now