Daft Punk’s new song “Get Lucky,” is cool, fun, upbeat, catchy, and people love it. The song has that kind of beat that makes you just want to get up and dance, and I am not the only one who feels that way.
In a recent episode of Mad Men, Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce’s accounts man Ken Cosgrove did a little gig. Considering everyone seems to be in a Daft Punk frenzy, the clip was begging to be mashed up with another song from the robots: “Doing It Right,” featuring Panda Bear:
Cosgrove’s dance isn’t the only thing to get mashed up with those Saint Laurent-wearing french robots. Here’s a couple of other famous faces (and a show) that have gratuitously received the dance treatment:
SuperKitty to the rescue! This cat and dog pair is surely best friends forever, now that this kindhearted kitty saved this dogs life. Watch as this cat helps this dog out of the wall he is squeezed into. But this kitty is no bystander and lends the pup a helping paw.
Too adorable for words. Nothing is more precious than animals helping animals. Just look at their cute, furry faces! Look at the dogs face after he escapes! Too much adorable to handle in this video.
From kiss cams, to dance spotlights, and the overdone stadium proposal, you got to love all the candid moments that happen on the jumbotron. This compilation video will make you laugh, smile, and roll your eyes (but in the nicest way possible).
I love all the dance cams, some of these people can MOVE! Some of the kids on camera are not shy in the least, like the sassy dancing kid, and the kid who rips his shirt off in passion.
It’s nice all these great moments were caught on camera and made it into this compilation.
Who’s part of the Justice League? Who is Thor’s father? What is the tesseract? These are all questions revolving around Marvel superhero characters that only die-hard comic book fans would be able to answer with ease.
Meet Mia Grace, the four-year-old Marvel trivia master. To spice up a car ride home, her parents ask her some questions which kids her age wouldn’t be able to answer. But unlike those imagine-less kids, Grace is able to effortlessly answer every trivia question.
This kid must be a superhero, and her super-power must be trivia. Quick, someone get Stan Lee. STAT!
Our favourite not-so-scary monsters are back!
The much anticipated Monsters Inc sequel Monsters University will hit theatres this summer, and a new trailer has been released to get us excited—if we weren’t already!
The sequel will follow our favourite mismatched duo the tiny Mike Wazowski and the much more intimidating Sully during their first semester at MU (Monsters University). The film will focus on Mike’s life long dream of being a scarer, and Sully’s natural given talent at scaring. The competition from Sully keeps Mike on his toes and creates a feud between the two. When they get kicked out of school, they need to work together with a group of misfit monsters to make things right.
Monsters University will hit theatres on June 21st, and on July 12 in the UK.
As a bonus, here are three GIFS from the trailer that hit a little close to home when it comes to going to University:
Singer Austin Mahone has just released the artwork for his his single, “What About Love.”
The 17-year-old musician teased his fans about the single’s release just last week via Twitter:
Everyone My First Single “What About Love” is now Available everywhere Around The World for Pre Order… instagram.com/p/ZoANcpLUDS/
— Austin Mahone (@AustinMahone) May 22, 2013
The track produced by RedOne will be featured on Mahone’s album which is set to be released this fall. The single is currently available for pre-order on iTunes. Mahone is currently travelling with Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift on the Red tour.
After years of being abused, the voice of Apple’s smart technology Siri gets her revenge as she dishes the insults right back at Ridd Sorensen. If anything, this is why we should all be afraid of artificial intelligence.
Amanda Bynes has been arrested for reckless endangerment, tampering with evidence and criminal possession of marijuana after the troubled starlet allegedly threw a bong out of mid-town Manhattan apartment window.
The incident occurred approximately 7:40 PM ET Thursday night at an apartment building on West 47th Street, according to the Canadian Press.
Police were first alerted to Bynes’ erratic behaviour after a building official complained that the 27-year-old actress was smoking marijuana and rolling a joint in the lobby of the building. The officers then reported to Bynes’ apartment where “they saw heavy smoke and a bong,” according to CP. Bynes then threw the bong out the window in front of the police officers.
Bynes was reportedly taken to Roosevelt Hospital for psychiatric evaluation before getting booked, according Gawker.
“She did not resist arrest,” a New York Police Department official told Us Weekly. “Can’t comment on her emotional or mental state at this time.”
This is just the latest incident in the saga known as Amanda Bynes’ life in the past year. Earlier this year, the former She’s The Man star has posted weird videos of her getting ready, demanded that media outlets only use photos of her from the social media site, gotten into fights with other celebrities online and tweeted that she would like Canadian rapper Drake to do something unimaginable (I’m sure you can Google that for yourself).
T-Mills plays a quick round of “random questions” in Part 2 of Small Talk.
ANDPOP’s Caity Babcock even puts a little T-Mills twist as she gets the California rapper to draw fake tattoos all over her arms. It shouldn’t be a far stretch for T-Mills who, not only is covered in body art himself, but has already tattooed people for real! As for the questions, they get as random as they come: Would he sleep with Lindsay Lohan? Kobe or Lebron? What’s his favourite hashtag?
Dying to know the answer? Watch to find out!
Missed Part 1 of our Small Talk interview with T-Mills? CLICK HERE to watch!
We’re seven days from May being officially over, but this compilation of the best Vine videos of the month is too good to pass up. From destroying children’s dreams to simultaneously fulfilling your own, it’s four minutes of hilarity served up in six second segments.