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YouTube funny girl Taryn Southern does more than just make people laugh. In fact, the popular internet star has been known to a carry a tune with covers and original songs. This time, Southern is offering us a taste of her own creativity in the form of an original song and music video called "Euphoria." The music video centers around Coachella and took two years to film.
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In their 2014 tourism campaign, Travel Holland poses the age-old question: Can cool be taught? Holland's cool-as-a-cucumber ambassador Pim de Koel gives it a shot in Episode One of their "Holland. The Original Cool" series. Watch as de Koel picks an average American to conduct a crash course experiment on how to be cool. And not just any cool... but Holland cool.
Model Gisele Bundchen is known for strutting her stuff on the runway, but she recently stepped out of her comfort zone and performed in another high profile venture. Bundchen recently shot a music video for her cover of Blondie's "Heart of Glass," which she recorded with the help of producer Bob Sinclair. She wasn't completely out of her element, as Mrs. Tom Brady wore some tight bikinis during the video. You can purchase the song on iTunes and some of proceeds will go to UNICEF.
In this Indiegogo campaign video, Ryan Lewis (of the band Macklemore and Ryan Lewis) reveals his mother is HIV positive. Lewis's mother, Julie Lewis, received a blood transfusion after giving birth to Lewis's oldest sister. According to the video, Julie was given HIV positive blood during the transfusion and a few years later, tested positive for HIV. 30 years later, Julie is still surviving and thriving. To celebrate her 30 years of survival, the Lewis family and Macklemore just launched the 30/30 project, a non-profit with the goal of building 30 new medical centers worldwide - in cities that need them the most. The first destination will be Malawi, Africa, where more than 1 in 10 adults are living with HIV/AIDS.
Bastille's hit song "Pompeii" has over 85 million views on YouTube. We're hoping this cover will be equally as popular. The band Postmodern Jukebox is known for making great and unique versions of popular songs. This 1960s version of "Pompeii" is much better than the original, we think.
Grandma Betty is a truly inspiring woman. She knows how people should be treated and has spent the majority of her life doing so. In her old age, Grandma Betty has been diagnosed with cancer and doesn't have very much time left. That's when her grandson made her an Instagram star. With over 600,000 followers, she is truly an Internet celebrity. She needs your help, though. Here is an Ingdiegogo page that will help her with her last expenses.
Roman Atwood is one of the biggest pranksters on the web, but his latest venture may have you shaking your head. He and some of his viral brothers decided to stage some "cat kicking" in public. The guys set up a box that had speakers in it. Every time they kicked the box in front of a worried stranger, the speaker would make a "meow" sound.
If you grew up in the 90s, you probably loved Space Jam or at least went to see it in theaters. Funny or Die recently accumulated a funny group of celebrities to do a table reading of the original script. Seth Green, Nick Kroll, Blake Griffin, and Danielle Fishel were part of a hilarious cast, who put their own spin on the popular film.
Taylor Swift has to be one of most down-to-Earth and amazing celebrities out there. Regardless of how you feel about her music, she is generally a great person. Aside from the countless times she's done charity work, here is another example of her awesomeness. Taylor surprised a fan at her bridal shower.
From cool to painful with these videos. Magician Aaron Davies pulls off a pretty awesome bar trick, a levitating cigarette which he puffs after it floats up to his mouth. Then we have Steve-O who decided to play with jellyfish and had a stinging good time.
Celebrities are kind of known for "gifting" their offspring with funky names (Apple, Ocean, Pilot Inspektor???)... and bands that attend Coachella (the annual music and arts festival with an infamous reputation for being the host of crazy things) are equally guilty in the bizarre moniker department. BuzzFeed decided to test festival goers on their pop culture knowledge by asking them if various wacky names were celeb babies, or lesser known bands.
George R.R. Martin is a fantastic fantasy writer, who created the popular books behind the Game of Thrones series. While he has artistic talent, you probably wouldn't want him to design your wedding. In fact, Martin has a reputation for ending weddings with a downer (understatement) in his novels. If you haven't read the books or seen the show, Martin tends to make what is typically a joyous celebration into a living nightmare.