If there's anything you've ever wanted to ask your mom, this video will inspire you to do just that. SoulPancake put together this video where they ask people ages 0-100 "What do you want to know about your mom?" Answers range from funny, to thought-provoking, to heartfelt. Now if you excuse us, we have to go and call our moms. View Now
This summer National Geographic released "Genius," an exciting scripted series about the life of famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein. Now, the Nat Geo team are seeding the spirit of Einstein with "Chasing Genius," an intriguing new initiative that tackles environmental sustainability, global health and world hunger with crowdfunded ideas from "geniuses" like you.View Now
Few animals groups fascinate us more than the primate family. Unfortunately, many lump humanity's genetic "cousins" together in the same category, when in truth there's staggering diversity between the many species of intelligent apes, monkeys, orangutans, gorillas and other lesser-known primates. View Now
When Jin pedalled out of San Fransisco in 2011, little did she guess that her little road trip would turn into a five-year global cycling adventure! Since then, the South Korean cyclist has crossed four continents and logged a staggering 37,000 miles as she makes memories in every town she passes.
We are so blown away by the sheer courage of her quest that we tracked Jin down at the Laotian/Thai border for a surprise Skype interview!
Can you believe it's been five years since Amanda Bynes gave an official interview? We've seen the troubled star go through many ups and downs over the past few years, from DUIs to mental health problems. Amanda is now happy and healthy studying fashion, doing community service and exercising. She also plans to start acting again. We wish her the best! View Now
Katy Perry said her interview with 7-year-old girl Poppy for W Magazine was probably one of her favorites. Poppy had questions for Perry about her wardrobe selection, musical production, and performances. This little kid has a bright future in music journalism. View Now
We've seen many adventurers try to ride from the Arctic Circle to the very southern tip of Argentina in one trip, but a ruthless section of wild Panamanian jungle has somehow beaten them all. If there's a "dream team" that could pull this daunting challenge off, however, it's the four Army vets behind "Where The Road Ends"—a truly epic motorcycle documentary-in-the-making. View Now
Beauty pageant contestants are often ridiculed for their impromptu responses to questions during the competitions. Jimmy Kimmel challenged pedestrians to answer real questions from the Miss USA contest. What they came up with was a hilarious rambling mess of words. View Now
WARNING: Adult language used.
Wired magazine asked Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer to participate in an interesting type of interview. The interview questions were created by typing a short phrase into Google that was then autocompleted by the search engine. You've got to hear the hilarious answers these two blonde bombshells had for fans. View Now
SoulPancake's back with another episode of "In Love or Not." If you're not familiar with the game, it's your job to watch Roy and Betsy's joint interview and consider their answers, body language, and general chemistry to decide whether they're still going strong or happily separated. View Now
Not only was the late NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper a trailblazer for space exploration (one of the original Mercury Seven), he's the author of what could be the most valuable treasure map ever and the star of an exciting Discovery Channel series "Cooper's Treasure." Apparently, from space he observed some unusual markings in the oceans that he believed were shipwrecks and geotagged dozens of such anomolies. View Now
When royals crash your work you really might think you're dreaming, especially if it's Prince William and Duchess Catherine! The two stopped by Adele Robert's BBC Radio 1 show. It's just ahead of the Heads Together London marathon Adele is taking part in and also the William and Kate's charity they support along with Prince Harry. View Now
"Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin's 13-year-old son Robert recently made another visit to "The Tonight Show" to hang out with Jimmy Fallon and show him some amazing animals. This time he brought along a Binturong named Orville and two really cute baby bears! View Now
This last year has been a big one for RightThisMinute's own Esther Blue. Not only has her family grown by two adorable twins, she found her biological father! It all began with a simple question about her genetics—was she really Persian like her mom insisted? So, Esther spit in a cup and sent it to 23andMe for DNA genetic testing and analysis. View Now
Julia Roberts was just named PEOPLE's "2017 World's Most Beautiful Woman," and she's dishing on her every day life. The mother of three children, two soon to be teenagers, explains in an interview how she talks to her kids about the concept of beauty.
Julia also shares her favorite fashion look and where she keeps her famous Oscar winning dress! View Now
Between adventures, Brave Wilderness star Coyote Peterson found his way onto the RightThisMinute set for an exciting interview with Christian, Oli, Charity and Gayle.
Oh, and look who he brought with him!
WARNING: Adult language used.
A foul-mouthed Aussie heckler learns the hard way that messing with cops doesn't pay off. Instead of winning his 15 seconds of fame, our guy finds himself being hauled off to the police station just feet away.
Not all interruptions are that bad, though—the curious housecat who cameos in this Latvian mayor's live-streamed interview is more adorable than a nuisance!
Chris Evans and Mckenna Grace star in the upcoming film called "Gifted" releasing in select theaters on April 7. Both of them sat down with WIRED to talk about the web's most searched questions about Evans. The questions ranged from if he can drive to who did he take on a date to the Oscars. View Now
Ethan and Hila from the extremely popular YouTube channel H3H3 recently visited the First We Feast set to discuss viral videos and tackle some crazy hot wings. While they were there they discussed everything from what it's like to "roast" other internet celebrities to daily life as a YouTuber. View Now
Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal star in an upcoming science fiction film called "Life" that is releasing in most theaters this weekend. WIRED got a chance to sit down with the actors in order to ask them the most searched for questions on the web. The questions ranged from whether or not Reynolds knows martial arts to if Gyllenhaal has listened to "Bad and Boujee." View Now
By now you've probably seen the viral BBC News interview of the kids busting into the room while their father is on live television. Numerous parodies of the video have popped up since then and the family even did a follow-up interview on BBC News after it went viral. View Now