When magic appears before your eyes on television for the world to see, you just can’t be asked to keep your cool.
KTLA’s feature reporter Allie Mac Kay most definately did not keep her cool Monday morning when magician Justin Willman did a trick for her on air.
Screams of “oh my god,” ensued.
If I were her, I’d be screaming internally, so no judgment is being passed on this end.
Who else should be put in that category? Well, apparently this guy who can’t drive a scooter for shit. He goes from crashing into a van, to another scooter, to a bus and then through a fence and into a pit. It’s like he just started learning how to drive and decided it would be a good idea to flex his skills (or lack of) on a busy road in China (don’t be racist).
At least there something to be said for not giving up, right? Actually, no. Scratch that. He should’ve given up after the first crash.
It’s no secret that Will Smith is probably the coolest guy out there who can pretty much do anything—anything but soccer, that is.
Will was in London and his son Jaden were in London to promote their latest film After Earth on Saturday. While there, they took part in one of the city’s favourite pastimes and kicked around the old football (soccer to us North American folk). Taking part in The Ultimate Champions Match in London, the pair were given the opportunity to practice their penalty kick skills. They got 10 kicks but only managed one goal (Ouch!).
The video shows Will completely missing the ball at one attempt and Jaden having a bit more luck as he managed to just make contact with the ball but was blocked from scoring.
Poor Will. You can clearly hear the person filming laughing at his expense. Look, we can’t be good at everything right? Will is after all the ”King of Swag” in my opinion (sorry, Justin Bieber) because he is The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air! It doesn’t get cooler than that!
CNN, what is going on over there? After the Boston Bombing fiasco where you prematurely told the world that the authorities caught the perps that did it when they didn’t, we all thought you would at least smarten up a little. I know you’re under all sorts of stress after having to cut your investigative reporting staff, but I think you could’ve saved some money if your anchors stopped pretending they were in different locations. Did Nancy Grace really have to stand a couple feet away as you tried to deliver the details of the Cleveland recovery of the three kidnapped women? We can see the cars passing behind you.
Stop trolling us, CNN. Stop spending money on unnecessary gadgets (holograms, anyone?) and hire more reliable reporters. Or, if you would rather think that your audience is made up of idiots, at least have the decency to turn around so we don’t notice the passing cars. Your “journalism” is insulting.
GIFs of CNN’s Fail after the jump:
The actress stopped by the show last week and tried to get Ellen at her own game. Unfortunately it wasn’t well thought out, and, well, basically, it didn’t work. At all. Poor Jen, poor girl just can’t seem to catch a break.
We did find out, however, that Justin Theroux is the master of “trickery” at her house. I can’t say I’m surprised – he does have quite a mischievous look about him.
Check out the video below to see Jennifer’s total scare fail:
Taking class to the next level, Ray J wants everyone to know that Kanye West is taking his sloppy seconds.
According to TMZ, the singer’s new song “I Hit it First” features some lyrics that sound a lot like they are referring to his past with Kim Kardashian:
She might move on to rappers and ballplayers
But we all know I hit it first.
I had her head going North and her ass going South
But now baby chose to go West
No matter where she goes or who she knows
She still belongs in my bed.
Yikes! As you might already know, Ray J is famous for making the sex tape “Kim K Superstar” with Kardashian.
And as if he couldn’t be any more obvious, the single cover for the song just looks like a really badly blurred image of Kardashian at the beach.
Way to keep it classy, Ray J. Way to keep it classy.
Nobody said nail art is easy. If I ever tried to paint my own tuxedo nails a la Zooey Deschanel, I would probably end up with tuxedo hands. That being said, these sets of nails make me want to scream and shout, and not in a good way. Let’s hope practice makes perfect for these artists and their crazy ideas. Or, if all else fails, get some nail stickers.
She sells NOPE by the sea shore
Would you like fries with that?
Definitely don’t want this Care Bare stare
Grass should stay on the ground
Finally, tacky vacation shirts in nail form
LiLo, didn’t your mother ever teach you to take care when you borrow other people’s things? Oh wait, I forgot who your mother is…my bad. Who in their right mind would lend Lindsay Lohan a $1,750 dress? Well apparently designer Phillip Bloch found it appropriate to do so.
Lindsay wore the beaded number for the amFAR gala. When she returned it, the elaborate gown was significantly shortened. Lindsay claims that the dress ripped at a night club after the fundraiser. According to jezebel.com, a stylist friend of Lindsay’s resorted to repair the tear by snagging a pair of scissors and turning the long ball gown into a mini.
Word of caution, NEVER EVER lend anything to miss Lindsay Lohan!
For years, The New York Times has prided itself on their journalistic integrity and ability to produce “all the news that’s fit to print.”
The Times has often been criticized for being smug and a little late with the, well, times. But this little facet, my friends, is what makes certain corrections so hilarious. Because between the politics of New York City and, well, the world at large, you can’t expect the grey lady to exactly be in the know when it comes to the internet.
Luckily for the Times, their latest correction is not of the reputation-destroying kind, but it does induce a little chuckle from those who spend too much time on YouTube.
Here’s the context of the correction:
Here’s the correction:
Not even the New York Times can get all the viral cat videos straight and for that, I will take pride in knowing that I am a little superior to the Grey Lady when it comes to cat videos.
While it’s a great contender for Correction of the Year, I don’t think misspelling Maru will ever beat this gem from last 2011:
Getting Fluttershy and Twilight Sparkle mixed up? What is this, New York Times? Amateur hour? Get your shit together.
There are some days where I wish I were just a little bit more clever when it came to taking tests and exams in school. I don’t mean in the “Hey! I just aced that mothereffing math test, y’all!” I mean, I wish I was that person who, when encountering a really mind boggling answer, came up with a hilarious but totally wrong answer instead of sweating buckets and leaving the question blank. (Curse you, hypothetical Asian F!)
Basically, I wish I were this kid:
and this kid:
And then justify my stupid answer with this:
But I would never want to be this person:
Because that’s just sad.
After I handed in my test filled with stupid answers, I would’ve totally been all, “BOOM!” DROP THAT MIC!
Thankfully, I’m done school so I never have to take another test or exam again.
Watch this guy cry for his dad and mom after a serious bench pressing fail. With every scream comes more urgency, more laughs, and some fear that this guy might actually hurt himself. Its more funny than scary, especially if you find wannabe macho men crying and screaming for help amusing. I hope this guys mommy or daddy eventually comes to help him out. I really want to make an LMFAO “I work out” pun, but words escape me. The fail is just too great a fail.
Instead of kindly helping out these cold walkers by grabbing some salt to make the sidewalk less slippery, someone decided to film nearly eight minutes of footage of people slipping and falling on the ice. There was one patch of ice on the sidewalk that practically everyone had trouble with, even though it was blocked off with warning marks.
Best part is the reaction from YouTuber BraddersKN (above) who is actually in the video.
Maybe hosts should stick to asking yes/no questions at beauty pageants? Open-ended questions seems to result in painful repetition and contradiction. Jimmy Kimmel recently parodied the common miss-takes made when answering beauty pageant questions on his late night show.
Watch it below
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If you’ve ever watched the awesomeness of “The Cup Song”, then you’ll know just how awesome it sounds when it’s executed properly. But if you plan on attempting the song yourself, you better think carefully about the props you’ll be using. Because if you don’t, you might end up in trouble if you use cups made of glass.
Poor Irish news anchor Aengus Mac Grianna can’t catch a break. He racked up so many fails over the last little while that someone made an entire compilation of his on air faux pas. Now, he has another fail to add to his roster. Mac Grianna was slapping on bronzer before going live when he realized he was on camera THE WHOLE TIME. It’s okay Mac Grianna, we’re all guilty of using a little bronzer in the winter.
Either Jamie Kennedy is trolling everyone, or this live NYE broadcast was a calamitous FAIL. A beautiful, disastrous FAIL.
The independent TV station based out of Orange County experienced a slew of technical flaws during their broadcast, including f-bombs, dead air, lack of audio and awkward silences. First Night 2013 was hosted by Jamie Kennedy (naturally) and featured a live performance from Macy Gray, who murmured random things on stage.
The clip below features a montage of highlights from the show and the full broadcast will be up this weekend on BlackDudeWhiteChick.
Watch it here
Prankster from RossCreations decided to see how much you can really trust random strangers by putting his life in their hands and challenging them to catch him when he falls. Consider the “trust
fail fall” was quite spontaneous and occasionally from a distance of several feet away, it’s not surprising he landed on his arse most of the time. Only one guy managed to catch him in the end, and the others were plain confused. Let the hilarity ensue!
Watch it here
I have been scarred for life many times by things I’ve seen on the Internet, but the worst involved a prank video. I can’t even mention what the prank was or what it involved because the outcome was too horrible to mention. Which is why I find it curious that people are literally obsessed with pranking each other. Maybe I’m just a scaredy cat, but can’t the outcomes of pranks be unpredictably dangerous?
failarmy has compiled a compilation of the best pranks that took place this year. Some have true comedic merit, but others are just plain wrong. The “static shock fainting” prank is borderline offensive for its mockery of a serious health issue. Maybe I’m just taking this whole prank thing too seriously for what the Internet has to offer. At least the compilation has a fair balance of offensive and witty. Cue the age-old flatulence pranks.
This ATM machine went completely apeshit on a man who was just trying to do his banking. Instead of providing a simple receipt, it decided to spew out a bunch of papers with happy faces on it. It’s too bad it wasn’t money, but at least the machine had good thoughts in mind. Apparently the machine eventually stopped flipping out, but uploader ssweens113 says the guy behind him was slightly concerned.