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Ylvis, the questionable brains behind the "What Does the Fox Say?" phenomenon, is back and this time it's with another catchy and oddly educational ditty. Apparently the knot known as the "Trucker's Hitch" can be elusive when one first endeavors to learn it, so Ylvis has come up with a song and dance to help you get it right!
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It was only a matter of time before Barely Political had their way with Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" single, and they did not disappoint. The celeb might have one more thing to shake off now, 'cuz this parody video is throwing some serious shade!
6-year-old Jordan Bijan doesn't just rap, he can also sing and perform all the instruments in a cover of "La Bamba," because he's just a little more talented than the rest of us.
A fox-themed street piano was just an art installation by Katriona Dean in Cobourg, Ontario until the talented, 59-year-old Michael McNamara sat down to play. His incredible performances are not only blowing the minds of the people in Cobourg, but people all over the Internet too. This amazing musician joined RTM via Skype to tell us his story and talk all about his street performances. You can listen to more of Michael's music right here.
OckTV recently setup a prank that involved a man serenading not-so-single women on the street. The guy was holding a rose as he sang to these women. Unfortunately, the singer's results ranged from getting hit in the face to getting a number.
What could be better than Taylor Swift's new song Shake It Off? The answer is usually nothing, that is, until the Delta Sigma Phi - Beta Mu fraternity, from Transylvania University, performed a lip sync of the entire song in one long continuous take. That's so much better! Well done, guys, well done.
Meghan Trainor's “All About That Bass” gets a anti-assault parody with "All About That MACE" by Headsong Studio. Watch out sexual predators, these girls will give you an eyeful you weren't hoping for.
Get a load of Kawehi performing an amazing cover of Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel." She almost sounds like the King of Pop himself! Don't overlook the fact she's playing every single beat herself, too! Now that's what we call talent.
Adam Reiland recently went all out to surprise his friends for their wedding by making a Miley Cyrus parody video and revealing it at the reception. We know it's been a while since the last "Wrecking Ball" parody, but this one is a must see. Be warned, this hilarious music video contains not just one, but four scantily clad men swinging around on a fake wrecking ball.
Talk about a good turnout. Check out the dozens of celebrities who showed up to bid Chelsea adieu as she leaves her E! show Chelsea Lately. Watch as they re-write the epic anthem "We Are the World" to fit Chelsea and her upcoming adventures beyond the small screen. Bravo!
Apparently, Beyoncé "killed" it last night during her medley performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. But she didn't just "kill" her performance, she "literally killed" countless of Twitter users during her unforgettable medley where the hubster Jay-Z walked out on stage with baby Blue Ivy. Now do yourself a favor and watch Jonathan Mann's awesome video.
In her new song "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift sends a message to her haters in the form of a catchy tune (of the it's-gonna-be-stuck-in-your-head-all-day variety) and whimsical music video. She features talented performers (including Pnut) in the video, and while she doesn't quite possess the same mad skills, is shamelessly okay with just being herself.