Some talents are better left unheard. Like this one. Because NO ONE likes the sound of a baby crying. But our hosts got to hear it again when they Skyped with the man behind the scream to make him prove it's not a hoax.
Bonnie Northsea recently gained online fame for her pregnant "Thriller" dance. It turns out that Northsea gave birth to baby Willem with her husband Mike in attendance on Feb 19, in between his chemotherapy treatments. Willem's arrival came after just two hours. Mike, Bonnie and Willem joined RTM to discuss the birth. View Now
Christopher Beatty was arrested and charged for "trespassing and resisting, delaying and obstructing a law enforcement officer," after being approached by an undercover policeman who was suspicious of the beverage Beatty held in his hand outside a liquor store. The beverage was an Arizona Arnold Palmer style non-alcoholic drink, and Beatty offered to take a breathalyzer, but was still booked. RightThisMinute Skyped with Beatty, who says he served overseas in the military for five years, and he gave us more details about the incident. View Now
Last week we told you about Nick's awesome charity motorcycle ride, where men (and women) dress up and ride their motorcycles to raise awareness for men's health and money for prostate cancer. Here we have a video showing just how dapper Nick looked during the ride (even though it was pretty dang hot outside). View Now
Filter Off is dating app that offers a creative solution to many online dating problems. Instead of endless swiping and messaging, people are connected via a 60-second live video chat. Zach Schleien, the creator of Filter Off, is joining the RTM hosts via Skype to share more about this refreshingly original dating app.
You can find out more about Filter Off on their YouTube or website. View Now
Austin and Lexy are watching Dierks Bentley at the Country Thunder Music Festival when Austin (a skilled country singer himself) joins the singer in a performance. That's already exciting in itself, but suddenly Austin asks Lexy to join him on stage. He proposes and you can tell that she's absolutely overjoyed! View Now
There's some tomfoolery happening in Russia as a group of friends decides to go for a swim in an icy river. These guys are crazy!
Then in Brazil, another person goes for a dip — this time it was definitely unintentional, though. A photographer snapping pictures of a wedding proposal on a dock slips and tumbles into the water. Oops!
To donate to the fundraiser for the photographer's damaged equipment on Vakinha. View Now
Jeremy Wade is back on Animal Planet with the new show "Jeremy Wade’s Dark Waters," and boy are we ready! In this clip, Jeremy is investigating whether or not the groups of Orcas living in the waters off of Alaska are connected to the mass disappearance of King Salmon. We've got Jeremy in the studio via Skype to tell us more about his expedition — and his brand new show! View Now
Five orphaned ducklings are stuck in a drain box, but the animal rescue team SMART is here to save them. They rescue the fuzzy little ducklings with a net and send them to the California Wildlife Center, where they'll be taken care of until they're old enough to be released. View Now
Marley the golden retriever is pressing some buttons to communicate. He has something important to say... Food. NOW!
Prepare for more cuteness because Kiwi the cat is here. He's clearly enjoying life to the fullest while his owner records some soothing ASMR for us to enjoy. View Now
We love the hit song "Please Me" by Cardi B and Bruno Mars, but in case you were looking for a more PG version of the song — JULIA AKS has got you covered! In this hilarious parody featuring Todrick Hall, we see that rather than the medicine, a spoon full of sugar makes the booties go down! View Now
Ray Fisher (who starred as Cyborg in "Justice League") is visiting Madame Tussauds Orlando to check out the movie's exhibit. It looks like a really fun experience, and the Cyborg wax figure bears a striking resemblance to him! View Now
Have you ever wondered what a legendary musician's Brazilian farm-compound looks like? Thanks to Architectural Digest, wonder no more. Watch as Lenny Kravitz, who aslo owns his own design firm, gives a tour of his absolutley stunning property.
Architectural Digest video produced by Condé Nast Entertainment. View Now
Randy Santel is embarking on another tasty food challenge. In the video he faces a towering stack of twelve panackes smothered in nutella, carmel sauce, ice cream, and bananas. Randy is joined by Radim Dvoracek at a Bistro in Kosice, Slovakia where the two both take on their own tower of pancakes, and completely destroy them. View Now
Maurice and his wife Genevieve just found out they're going to have a baby, and what better way to break the news to the family than in the middle of a hot-pepper-induced breakdown?! Maurice and his cousin Willie sat down to take the Fuego Box Choco Challenge. View Now
We always love watching Randy Santel, a competitive eater known as Atlas, eat his way to another victory. Chomping down 2 kg of chicken, tartar sauce and vegetables in only 15 minutes is impressive — even for him! View Now
This one is not for the faint-hearted! For most people, the idea of having a botfly, or any critter for that matter, growing inside their back is a nightmare. However, entomologist (a scientist who studies insects) Phil Torres wears his larva as a sort of badge of honor, representing the years of work he has done in the Amazon. If you dare, click here for the full uncensored video! View Now
A retired electrician named Stephen Mckears could not figure out how objects scattered on his tool shed's work table ended up in an old ice cream tub each night. He noticed that plastic clips, nuts, bolts, screws and other objects would be neatly stacked away each night. After a month of the strange activity, Mckears and his neighbor Rodney Holbrook set up a camera to get to the bottom of the crazy mystery. Word on the street is that the mouse has updated his resume and his looking for a full-time job on a cleaning crew. View Now
Divers were about 25 nautical miles off the shore of South Africa checking out a naturally occurring phenomenon, when 51-year-old Rainer Schimpf suddenly found himself trapped inside the mouth of a Bryde's Whale. And like a good photographer, colleague Heinz Toperczer was on the boat getting the perfect shot of Rainer hanging out of the whale's mouth. But it didn't take away from the fear everyone felt in that instant. The Bryde's Whale is not aggressive toward humans and is generally good at sensing when people are around. View Now