We can all admit that there is one animal out there that absolutely terrifies us. For me, it’s birds. Those beady eyes, the thought that they might come flying at you ready to attack or shit on your head at any moment, it’s all just too much for me. And apparently this australian reporter shares these sentiments.
In what appears to have supposed to been a harmless, fluffy segment on some type of farm and their animals, the reporter gets up close and personal with a rooster. However, the little guy seems to be having none of it and when he makes one wrong move, the reporter goes nuts and can’t get out of there fast enough. While I do understand the aversion to squawking spawns of satan, the 13-year-old girl scream was a little much.
Watch the video to see the hilarity ensue.
We already heard snippets of “So Listen” when 15-year-old Cody Simpson released a live acoustic version of it for his fans as a Valentine’s Day gift. Today he released the official version of the song, which features a cameo from T-Pain.
The track, which is already available on iTunes, is more mature and current than we’re used to and serves a heap of auto-tuning. The beat is perfectly danceable and the song is expected to blow up. Cody sings: “You see, you are my addiction / I need more than words to show you / So listen to me, so listen / Listen to my heartbeat.”
Are you listening on repeat?
Thursday night at the Australians in Film Breakthrough Awards, the Heath Ledger Scholarship was presented to up-and-coming actress, Bella Heathcote, reports People.com.
Heath Ledger’s sister, Kate, and Mother, Sally Bell, attended the ceremony. His sister commented, “It is very special,” she said, “It’s honoring our boy so we couldn’t be prouder and we think it is an amazing scholarship that is going to give so many opportunities.”
“He had a huge passion for acting. That was the most important thing for him. It wasn’t about the money. He had such a passion that just showed through regardless of how big the role was,” said Ledger’s mother.
Although the actor is gone, he continues to be remembered and honoured by his loved ones and the industry his talent graced.
John Stamos finally went on record attributing his hilarious 2007 train wreck appearance on an Australian talk show to alcohol, US weekly reports.
“I was on sleeping pills and I was jet-lagged, but I was also just plastered. And I never said I wasn’t, but that whole Warner Bros. publicity machine got involved and said, ‘Just say he was jet-lagged,’” said Stamos.
Stamos slurred his words, made innappopriate jokes and even made a lewd gesture to the host with a glass head. He finished off the interview reading the host’s lines off the teleprompter while squeezing her beside him.