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Whether they choose to admit it or not - mostly every woman felt their stomach drop upon hearing one of the world's most eligible bachelors, George Clooney, was taking a bride. Check out Fun Rack's interpretation of the news that spread like wildfire, and caused many a single lady to re-assess their current love life.
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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.
Leave it to RightThisMinute web producer Hayden Packwood to think outside the box when it came to doing his ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. He had to get creative when he was nominated and ran into a little problem: He had to go to work, but it's not a good look to arrive at the office soaking wet. That's why he had his "stunt double" (aka himself, plus some fancy editing) take one for the, err, team?
By now we've all seen our fair share of ALS Ice Bucket Challenges. It feels as though everyone and their mother has shot a video of themselves being drenched in iced water in the name of research for Lou Gehrig's Disease. Anthony Carbajal's video is different. Not only does he take the challenge, but he also provides a front-row look at what this horrifying disease does to somebody. Both he, his mother and his grandmother have been diagnosed with the disease. So, although for many it's a fun way to raise money, for Anthony and his family, this phenomenon that's caught on like wildfire means a whole lot more.
Nicki Minaj "dropped" her latest music video in every sense of the word. Check out "Anaconda" that samples Sir Mix-a-Lot's epic "Baby Got Back" beat. You are about to see a lot of booties and a lot of sexy ladies dancing. You may proceed...
"The only way to stop it, is to adopt it." That's the tagline to this awesome ASPCA Sharknado spoof very appropriately titled "Barknado." This time sharks are not in the forecast but you know what is? A whole bunch of adorable dogs looking for a loving forever home. Go ASPCA to learn more about Barknado.
Women rejoice! The official trailer for the "50 Shades of Grey" movie based on E.L. James' book has been released. Get a first glimpse at all the action that has kept housewives (young and old) talking for years now. The dashing Christian Grey is played by Jamie Dornan while the ingenue seductress is played by Dakota Johnson. Go ahead and share it with your friends. We know you want to.
If we thought twerking was a thing of the past, it appears we're mistaken. Okay okay so maybe the phenomenon is wearing down, but by golly these lovely ladies don't seem to care one bit. Watch this awesome montage from a recent "twerk battle" at the Siberian Dance Hall 2014 by Fraules Dance Centre dancers. We dare you to look away.
Phones schmones... Texting is the way to go when you want to communicate with someone nowadays. But the messages can be lost in translation when someone uses all caps, confusing emojis or (gulp) those dreaded open-ended ellipsis. No need to fret! There's a text decoder that will clear it all up for you. Allow the ladies from JustBoobs Sketch to demonstrate...
We all know at least a handful of "addicts" who may greatly benefit from this 12-step program. The first step is admitting you have a problem. If you can own the fact you take entirelty too many selfies, the next step is to talk about it with others who are in your position. As you can see in this sketch by Tripp and Tyler, you're not alone.
If you're a female, chances are you have at least one. We're talking about "frenemies." You know? Half friend, half enemy and fake all over? If you're still confused about the term, this video by JustBoobs Sketch will clear it all up for you in exactly one minute. The more you know...
Doctors have seen an increase in extreme forms of "permanent selfie arm" (no scientific data provided to support this). Selfies can be the greatest form of self-expression, so why not become an expert at snapping them? That's where Dell comes in. Check out their quirky commercial that introduces you to the Center for Selfie Improvement. (not an actual institution - sorry, guys and gals)!