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Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, you have probably been so bombarded with Christmas tunes your entire life that you know the words to every song. The kids from Above Average are sick of being left out during those Christmas days that every sings about, so they wrote their own song set to the tune of "Silent Night". Keepup with all of @AboveAverage's happenings by following them on Twitter. Click here for the entire video.
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Rob Scallon has an odd but amazing talent. He can basically sing any song backwards, and then when he plays it in reverse it ends up sounding pretty close to perfect. Check out his video, then see how our hosts did when they gave it a shot.
Bad weather has caused many delayed flights in Texas recently, and with only so many magazines to read, and bad airport food to eat, people tend to get a little cranky sitting around for hours on end. The guys of Face Vocal Band decided they were the perfect people to lift their fellow passengers' spirits when they were stuck waiting for their plane, and rather than waste time sleeping in extremely uncomfortable chairs, they spent their hours singing Christmas tunes for all to hear.
If you haven't gotten in the holiday spirit just yet, these two videos may help you come up with some new ways of doing so. Whether you decide to celebrate with "Elf on the Shelf" (which can be fun and super creepy at the same time), or go the more classic route of going to see musicals like "A Christmas Carol" with their elaborate sets, these family activities are sure to fill you with the Christmas spirit.
Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a karaoke anthem and well known to almost everyone, even beyond the Wayne's World fandom, and Star Wars is even more well known around the universe. So what happens when you combine the two? Six and a half minutes of awesome, that's what.
Oh, Rebecca. It's the holidays and we know you want a piece of that musical apple pie so it doesn't surprise us that you would release "Saturday" in these festive days. Rebecca Black infamously shot to fame with her so-bad-it's-bad music video "Friday" that went über-viral. Black teams up with Dave Days for this track. Should she have left bad enough alone, or do you support her endeavor to really make it as an entertainer?
We think this "$1 Dollar Hot Dog $1 Water" rap should be the official anthem for hot dog stands across New York City, period. Frederick Barr featuring Erica Barr and Kyhil Smith drop it like it's, well, hot, with their overzealous rap anthem to one of America's favorite snacks - the wiener. These entertainers don't miss a thing when it comes to condiments and innuendos. They like their hot dogs between their buns? Okaaaaay. Check out more Daily Huh? videos.
If you liked The Pussycat Dolls, you will LOVE the Poopy Cat Dolls... or at least get a good laugh when you watch this music video / commercial. The somewhat racy, double entendre-filled video advertises a disposable, biodegradable litter box, Poopy Cat, that can be used for one week at a time. See the full feline music vid here.
Alexa Jarred got some pretty cool opportunities in the last two years to perform two separate times with the very popular Jason Mraz. This is the song she wrote about the experience.
Alexa Jarred may just be the luckiest aspiring singer we have ever seen. After waiting patiently for an ages 21 and up show to let out, she casually bumped into singer Jason Mraz where they did an impromptu jam session in an alleyway. Then, a few years later, she got to sing with him again... in front of thousands of fans at one of his concerts. The extremely talented Alexa has even written her own song about the experience and you can check it out here.
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Move aside Pussycat Dolls. There's a new group of kittycats in town! Today's Daily Huh? video stars a group of felines that know how to work the runway and strut their fur like it ain't no thang. Believe it or not, this quirky music video starring Cleo, Diana, Jackie, Grace, and Marilyn is an ad for Poopy Cat, which sells disposable, biodegradable litter boxes. See what our hosts thought of these singing kitties here.
Everyone has had a time in their life when they can't wait to get out of the city that they have grown up in. Slater Smith, the lead singer of The Weather Machine, had that very dream when he was in college and wrote his song, "Back O'er Oregon." A while later, he made a promise to himself that if he stayed, he wanted to see all there was to see, and made this awesome music video while traveling to all 180 state parks in his home state.