Al Roker can’t really feel sad that his Dateline confession about pooping his pants at The White House got an auto-tuned version, considering he knew he was telling THE WORLD. Andrew Frederick, an American musician, uploaded this auto-tuned version called “I Pooped in my Pants (The Dookie Dance).”
The auto-tuned Ode to Al even features the weatherman dancing to his very own song.
Watch it here
That awkward moment when you’ve fallen in love with A
After muchos thought and consideration, Spencer had sex with Pretty Little Liars’ Toby, who totally had his eyes open when he was kissing her (why were they open TOBY?). Turns out the dude is part of the A-team, but we’re crossing our fingers he’s working undercover. What did you think of the midseason finale, which was aptly called “BetrAyal?” [prettyl-ittleliars and prettylittleliarsquestions]
Reporters versus Hurricane Isaac
No, this isn’t an episode of Man vs. Wild. NBC’s Al Roker and The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore report on Hurricane Isaac from New Orleans. Stay safe everyone! [Buzzfeed]
That’s my tune!!
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Al Roker seemed to have a moment on The Today Show this morning after his co-host Savannah Guthrie demonstrated how high school students awkwardly dance far apart at co-ed shindigs. She grabbed Matt Lauer and slow danced shoulder-width apart, explaining: ”Like they say in Catholic school, leave room for the Holy Ghost.”
That’s when Al Roker made an awesome face and held it FOREVER. How long can he hold the same face? And what was he thinking? Points for whoever writes the perfect thought caption.
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However, in their defense, they did have a fairly impressive cast participating. But wait, shouldn’t that mean this performance should have been impressive? Nevertheless judge for yourself. The clip below includes Meredith Vieira as Lady Gaga, Al Roker as ‘Superman,’ Ann Curry as Amelia Earhart and Natalie Morales as Justin Bieber.
Also stopping by to join in on the fun: Will Ferrell and Tina Fey in their outfits for the film, “Megamind.”