Seriously where would we be without auto-tune? We wouldn’t have awesome videos like this filling our lazy Wednesday mornings, that’s where.
Hero of the Week, Charles Ramsey, has quickly become quite the celebrity in his own right after saving 3 kidnapped women from his neighbours house in Cleveland. You know he’s made it after finally receiving the highest honour the internet can bestow on someone: getting auto-tuned. The now famous interview has been turned into a song called “Dead Giveaway” that will most likely be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
Two seventh graders are being called heroes after stopping a school bus from crashing in Washington. After the driver passed out and went unconscious, several students called 911.
Jeremy Wuitschick acted quickly, jumping out of his seat and taking control of the wheel. Meanwhile, another student named Johnny Wood began performing CPR. These kids are quick thinking heros! Who knows what would have happened if they weren’t there?
In exaggerated news of the day, Ryan Gosling has been promoted from mere superhuman to godling, after he reportedly saved a woman’s life in New York City. Ryan’s heroism has long been revered since he broke up a
vicious street fight last year.
Yesterday, he prevented British journalist Laurie Penny from getting pummelled by a taxi. Since tweeting about the
dramatic rescue, Laurie has received loads of unwanted media requests because everyone wants to know if she saw a shining beacon silhouetting his frame (nay).
Laurie has determined that the excessive interest in the incident is too much, and I agree. After all, this isn’t the only good samaritan in NYC — think of Superheros Anonymous.
In the meantime, Oxford Dictionary is considering turning “Ryan Gosling” into a verb, to describe similar future events. For example: “Wow, you almost got hit by a car. Luckily I Ryan Gosling-ed you!”
Read the tweets below:
Super hot TV vampire Ryan Kwanten helped save a man’s life this weekend after he spotted the victim bleeding in the middle of a Hollywood street.
Perez Hilton reports that the True Blood star spotted the injured man from his car as he was driving by the scene and instantly got out to help. Kwanten moved the man’s body to the sidewalk and encouraged passerby to call for paramedics, watching over the victim until medical help arrived.
An eyewitness says that Kwanten was recognized during his rescue mission, which caused a bit of a crowd to gather, but the star stayed on the scene to “make sure this guy was okay.”
Super admirable! We love him even more now!
No word on the man’s condition, but we’re sure Ryan’s helping hands made a difference.