Alonzo Nelson Jr. and his niece Nala were having the most fun together jumping rope with Alonzo holding Nala in his arms. It's seriously so impressive! We can't even do this on our own without carrying someone! Such skill.
Don't ever count a Sister out in the game of baseball! Sister Mary Jo Sobieck of the Marian Catholic High School in Chicago absolutely wowed the crowd and the baseball players when she threw out the first pitch at a recent Chicago White Sox game. She even bounced the ball off her right arm before delivering a perfect pitch!
Mercy, Sister Mary Jo! pic.twitter.com/oM9jBDT5N7
— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) August 19, 2018
We're totally impressed. Come on White Sox, she's the perfect new pitching prospect you need to draft!
This combination of singing superstars is blowing our minds! The Bellas from "Pitch Perfect 3" and "The Voice" Top 12 came together in an epic A cappella matchup to perform "Freedom '90" by George Michael and the "Cups" song made famous by Anna Kendrick in the first movie. The songs actually blend together super well, and we're very impressed! View Now
Some people can't jump rope at all, but this guy is a total boss. Zac Tomlinson is a competitive jump roper and loves demonstrating his sport in different places, from the road in the rain to by the pool and the World Jump Rope Championship. We're getting dizzy watching this! View Now
"So what do you do?"
"Oh I deliver pizza and I'm a magnificent, unbelievable pianist!"
That's the conversation we imagine that happened when recent high school graduate 18-year-old Bryce Dudal made a visit to the Vachetti house in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Dudal was delivering pizza to the family but became fascinated by their baby grand piano in the foyer. The family asked him if he wanted to play, and they were in for a huge surprise! That's Dudal below expertly playing Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata, Third Movement."
Julie Vachetti posted the video to her social media, and it quickly went viral.
Dudal told ABC News it's always been a big stress reliever for him to be able to bust out some Beethoven or Mozart and he's a self-taught pianist, first learning to play at 6 years old. He also admitted it's not the first time he's played for his customers, and we hope it's definitely not his last!
Who doesn't love an easy and delicious dessert recipe? It takes less than an hour to prepare these tasty lemon drizzle slices, and you only need seven ingredients to do it! After a few simple steps, they'll be ready for you to devour — uh, we mean, ready to for you share with friends and family. View Now
Who says humans and lizards can't break a little bread? While eating his lunch outside in Florida, this guy decided to share his meal with a group of lizards. It's a very sweet gesture, but there may not be enough croutons to go around...
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We were big fans of Rambro the Angry Ram here at RTM, who sadly passed away a few months ago due to old age. The beloved ram may be gone, but he's certainly not forgotten — because his human created these cozy wool hats using Rambro's fleece! If you want to feel close to the adorably angry ram, you can by contacting his human Mart Todd to purchase your very own Rambro hat. View Now
Two guys and a dog are getting very close to an elephant in Namibia, and the elephant isn't too happy about it. It begins charging their vehicle as they drive away and... let's just say we would not want to be riding in the back.
Next, this baby rhino is crossing a dirt road and having some fun along the way! The little guy couldn't be cuter as it joyfully plays in the sand.
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Artist Marcello Barenghi is back with another insanely realistic drawing. This time he's creating a portrait of actor Leonard Nimoy as his legendary "Star Trek" character, Mr. Spok. The drawing is so detailed, it's almost as if we can hear him saying "live long and prosper." View Now
Singer Kelsea Ballerini sat down with Cosmopolitan to compare different foods and see if she could identify which is more expensive. Can she tell the difference between a $17 glass of champagne and a $55 glass? Play along to see if you can beat her score! View Now
Common is an accomplished musician, but will that help him out while he plays the song association game? ELLE Magazine is giving him a series of random words, and he has to think of a song with that word in the lyrics. Play along and see which songs come to mind for you! View Now
Enrico de la Vega is showing us a one-handed way to tie a tie that we can't quite wrap our minds around. Either he simply has a lot of skill, or he's taken a few classes at Hogwarts!
If you're up for the challenge, record a video attempting this impressive trick and post it to our Facebook page! View Now
Professional eater Randy Santel is taking on traditional Filipino food with this Pork Belly Lechon challenge. It's Randy vs. an enormous plate of pork belly, fried fish, rice, and more — all in under thirty minutes. Can he add another overall win to his list? View Now
The guys at Yes Theory like to live by the motto "seek discomfort," and they're definitely doing that in this video. This time, the courageous group is challenging themselves to survive out on the open waters for 24 hours in a life raft. Things are getting pretty crowded, cold, and interesting — but like always, the Yes Theory crew perseveres. View Now
We simply cannot get enough of the hilarious, adorable fashionista that is 2-year-old Willa. You see, Willa is an independent little lady, so she went into the bathroom and did a little pampering. Now, her dad Peter has a few questions for her — and her responses are pure gold. View Now
We all have something about ourselves that's unique to us, and for Jacob Pina, it's his thumb. For reasons unknown to him, Jacob's thumb is a whopping 5 inches long — making it pretty disproportionate to the rest of his fingers. We think it's awesome that Jacob has no time for the haters and is embracing the things in life that make him different with such a positive attitude. 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