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Miami Heat point guard made a young girls dreams come true when he answered her YouTube plea to be her date to Prom! A senior at Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High in Miami, Nicole Muxo created a YouTube video asking Wade to join her at Prom- a long shot, right? On Friday, Wade called Muxo to let her know he wouldn't be making it, but minutes later he showed up wearing a suit and holding flowers. He dances and took pictures with Muxo and her friends before taking off so they could continue their night.
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In honor of YouTube Comedy Week, the one and only Sarah Silverman releases her anthem for ladies who enjoy staying in as opposed to hitting the clubs. Check out her awesome music video featuring Will.i.am for "Perfect Night." What lady (over a certain age) doesn't enjoy staying home, ordering in, watching a movie and enjoying a little alone time once in a while?
Ricky Gervais channels a "musician" named David Brent in his latest web series offering guitar tutorials. This first edition was released just in time for YouTube's Comedy Week. Gervais, err, Brent performs "Life on the Road' for us after his first unconventional, no-nonsense lesson on the basics of guitar-playing.
How cool is this? These kids will definitely have an awesome story to tell for the rest of their lives. Watch Andrew Garfield, the Amazing Spiderman himself, take a break from filming the sequel to play a little basketball with a couple of local kids in Chinatown. You also catch a glimpse of his on-screen and real-life girlfriend Emma Stone walking with a dog.
Former AFL player-manager Ricky Nixon dumped his hot coffee on the head of a reporter and threw some at the news camera after the reporter tried questioning him about Ricky's recent run-in with the law. Ricky was previously pulled over by the cops for using his phone while driving, then was discovered to have been intoxicated and driving on a suspended license.
Poor Justin Bieber, he just wants to be taken seriously as an artist. He was booed at the Billboard Music Awards, and he had something to say to the audience that booed him.
If you've never been "rickrolled" with Rick Astley's 80s "Never Gonna Give You Up" music video, you haven't really experienced all the interweb has to offer. Not to fret. Jash's Reggie Watts created a new shot-for-shot tribute version of the ever-popular internet meme as part of YouTube's Comedy Week. Now you'll have a whole new video to trick your friends into watching so get to it!
Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer called osteosarcoma. He passed away on Monday, 17 days after his 18th birthday. As a way to say goodbye, Zach wrote a song called "Clouds" that has gotten over 2 million views on YouTube. Soul Pancake asked a few of their celebrity friends to join in spreading Zach's optimistic message to increase support for finding a cure for osteosarcoma. Check out Bryan Cranston, Rainn Wilson, Ed Helms, Ashley Tisdale, Rachel Bilson, Jason Mraz and lots more celebrities sing Zach's song back to him in this incredibly moving music video.
First came "The Bachelor," then came "The Bachelorette," and now... "The Baby Bachelor." Starring late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel's adorable nephew Wesley, "The Baby Bachelor" pits tiny Divas from 26-38 months (and one random 316-month-old) against each other, vying for the love of the mini-Kimmel. Who will get a Dinosaur, and who will be sent home? ... I really hope Kimmel and his crew keep this series going. Watch episode two here.
French prankster Gonzague has some serious guts. The Cannes Film Festival is currently going on and the coastal French city is filled with celebrities. Apparently, all you need is guts and confidence and you can do pretty much anything! Watch the whole prank.
This video is too cool for school! As the hype continues to build for Daft Punk's highly-anticipated album "Random Access Memories," electronic band Pigeon's medley should tie you over. Watch them cover the best of the best from Daft Punk's musical catalog live in the studio. If you listen to this at work, there's a strong possibility you'll be dancing in your chair.
Nobody has ever accused renowned international actress Isabella Rossellini of playing it safe. She made a series of short films about the sex lives and mating rituals of animals and now she stars, writes and directs for MAMMAS. The Sundance Channel web series highlights animals' rights of passage into motherhood. In Our Daily Huh? video, Rossellini channels a momma hamster and, well, you'll see...
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