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A heckler has all the power and confidence when they're in the audience, but what happens when they get on stage? Comedian Jay Ward wanted to have the upper hand after a previous comedian was heckled by this young lady. He brings her on stage and we bet you can't guess what happens next.
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This video proves just because you're an adult, it doesn't mean you have to grow up. At age 20, Tyler created an interpretive dance to the Dixie Chicks' cover of Landslide, by Fleetwood Mac. Ten years later, at age 30, Tyler re-visited his dance and did it again. Watch the whole performance.
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.
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.
It's practically impossible to understand Eddie Vedder's, of Pearl Jam fame, lyrics, so there's a good chance this two-year-old is getting them right. If you're having a bad day, this video will surely make you feel better. It seems as though the next generation will be into grunge music. This video is from 2010, but is just now blowing up online, because Pearl Jam shared the video on their Facebook page. According to her dad, who updated the description of the video, little Penelope, who is now seven, is loving her new-found fame!
For some reason, this woman put on an impromptu Whitney Houston performance on an airplane. As heard in the video, she isn't the best the singer, but at least the crew and passengers got some in-flight entertainment. The performance was cut short after an air marshal subdued her. The plane made an unscheduled landing to remove the woman.
When you pour your heart and soul into a project, only to have it painfully critiqued by your peers, it can be quite disheartening. This young artist had a bit of meltdown when she presented her latest project. But what is the actual art, here? To find out more, we Skyped with Teddy, the artist who "freaked out."
You may remember Bilal from his McDonald's order, but now this guy is spittin' lyrics about his favorite sandwich, ordering his Subway his way, with a rap. Don't know why he's wasting his talent at fast food chains, but it is definitely entertaining. So, that's a no to the "fresh" baked cookies, then? Uh, do you want banana peppers on that?
Before written words and speech, there was body language. Los Angeles choreographer Super Dave has been working with top dancers to create a dance language. With the help of Puma, they are creating a dance dictionary and you can submit your own entries.
Dan Sperry, the "Anti-Conjuror", performs a few cringe worthy tricks while on his UK "The Illusionists" tour. Watch him pull a string from... somewhere... if you can stomach it! From ITN. See Beth gag over this, and see the other hosts' reactions.
Most of us are guilty of doing the "smartphone shuffle" at least once in a while. You know, when you're so preoccupied with whatever's on your smartphone that you stop paying attention to how, or even where, you're walking? Well, a comedy troupe called Improv Everywhere, along with BuzzFeed, provided New York City pedestrians with a fun solution to the problem: "Seeing Eye People!"
A Filipino boy named Aldrich Talonding seriously has the voice of an angel. Here, the youngster is singing Luther Vandross' "Dance With My Father Again." Yeah, you're going to want to watch the whole video.
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