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Boy band trio Before You Exit have just released their new music video for "Dangerous" and it has the guys getting caught up with some young ladies who are not so sugar and spice and everything nice. Watch as the guys croon about getting caught up with the wrong type of girls. Make sure to visit Before You Exit's Facebook page and follow them on Twitter. You can purchase "Dangerous" on iTunes by clicking here.
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Nope. Nice guys don't always finish last... they finish second. Check out Unsung Heroes' hilarious (and oh so true) music video for "Nice Guys" by Extremely Decent. It's their first installment of a new music video series that celebrates all those guys with good intentions and perfectly nice smiles who somehow get passed up for the "other" type of guys. Like the track? You can purchase it here.
Mikey Bolts puts his Family Guy voice talent to work with (yet another) Frozen parody of "Do You Want To Build a Snowman?" Yes, Stewie. Yes we do.
The Australian cast from Broadway's The Lion King decided to perform an impromptu a cappella rendition of 'Circle of Life' on their flight back to Sydney, just after they announced The Lion King Broadway season launch in Brisbane.
John Elerick (JLE) recently showed us the difference between men and women waking up in the morning, but now he's highlighting the gender differences of driving. The "girls" representation might be a little exaggerated. Maybe. Hopefully.
Check out more from John Elerick on YouTube: www.youtube.com/jle, Twitter & Instagram: @johnelerick
Hugh Jackman performs Wolverine: The Musical for The Matt Edmondson Show on BBC Radio 1 as a parody of "Who Am I" from Les Miserables. It's pretty awesome, even if he doesn't quite hit the high note.
Cosplayers (individuals who dress up as fictional characters) get 'Happy' with their own Pharrell parody! Check out all the wild and creative costumes as happiness is embodied in song and dance! Via D Piddy.
Move over Rebecca Black, there are some new kids in town! Summertime is great, but this music video is awesome. If you can make it the entire way through without crying from laughter, we'll give you some mad props. Three Beat Slide brings the weird, the hilarious, and the 90s "swag" back to Summertime.
Cristina Scuccia is a 25-year-old nun that lives in Milan. The Orsolina nun of the Holy Family has had dreams of being a singer since childhood and she let her talent shine recently on the Italian version of "The Voice." The talented sister was encouraged by her Mother Superiors to follow her dreams and perform. It seems this was an act of faith and fate for the young talent.
We almost forgot about Britney Spears' hit song "Hit Me Baby One More Time" until we came across this gem. Listen to the Trinity Belles choir rendition of this pop tune. Fair warning, you'll be singing it all day.
Inspired by another viral video, Roomie here decided he would impersonate 14 of our favorite singers. This kid has got some talent. Ladies (and also some men), he does a great Adam Levine!
Farrah Abraham, who appeared in the first installment of the MTV series "16 and Pregnant," is giving a singing career a shot à la Rebecca Black or Alison Gold. Check out her official music video for "Blowin," that includes a clubbing montage, Twitter feed come to life, and snippets of her young daughter. We hate to burst your bubble, Farrah, but don't quit your day job... whatever that may be.