There is no more horrific feeling than waking up with a massive hangover. Except maybe being woken up outside after sleeping on the steps of a public monument a group of Norwegian men in suits circled around you singing at the top of their lungs.
That’s what happened to this young man, and he looked very confused as he slowly realized what was happening. Actually, he looked like he was going to lose his lunch (or more likely his midnight drunk snack). Still, watching him take in the scene is pretty hilarious. Let’s just hope if he did get sick, he aimed away from the lederhosen.
Somebody give this couple free gas FOR LIFE, because they definitely know how to have fun. With a free tank of gas on the line, news anchor Jack Rafferty gets this musical pair to belt out Bon Jovi and the Eurythmics.
This is what I call true bliss and happiness. These two also seem to be great fun during karaoke sessions.
Step aside, Willow Smith. Jadagrace is in the building!
The 13-year-old was discovered by Redfoo of LMFAO and her first single entitled “Run Dat Back,” on iTunes today. Not only is she sassy and adorable, she can also dance AND act. She definitely has all the makings of a mini pop princess!
I love love LOVE her! I just wish I had this much talent when I was 13…
Check out the pint-sized star’s song here:
Spring Breakers stars Selena Gomez, Rachel Korine and Ashley Benson broke out into song and sang Britney Spears’ ubiquitous hit “Hit Me Baby One More Time” during their SXSW film panel.
The trio (who was missing Vanessa Hudgens) wanted to prove that they weren’t lip syncing in the movie. Funny because they sound just fine to me live.
This is Canada’s latest tourism advert. Luckily all they had to do was pop down to the local Tim Horton’s and press record. The rest happened like magic!!
Canada, such a simple and beautiful land.
The actual story? According to YouTuber Bruce O, the singers are members of The Entertainers, the Oakville Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. They meet every Monday for rehearsals and follow up with a coffee and donut. This time, they graced coffee goers with a rendition of The Lion King’s ”Can You Feel the Love Tonight.”
Watch it here
This November, Rihanna debuted her stunning video for “Diamonds,” which is a song off of her latest album Unapologetic. The song is pretty poetic — which is why I think it inspired so many of her fans to truly shine like diamonds.
The song has garnered many acoustic covers on YouTube. Some have a surprising indie vibe, and others features groups of friends coming together to sing the lovely song. Even fellow celebs are covering the song. Recently, for their first show in L.A in three years, the Jonas Brothers sang “Diamonds” in their classic acoustic tone. But they aren’t the only ones to have me swooning over Rihanna’s song. Here are 5 amazing covers of Rihanna’s “Diamonds.”
By Jessica Galang
Everyone knows intense emotion and reality TV go together, which is why this week’s X-Factor will be perfect for the reality junkie. Last night, the top 10 sang songs dedicated to people they’re thankful for. The Thanksgiving-friendly theme was perfect for falling-behind acts like Arin Ray and Paige to get a popularity boost, but unfortunately neither did as well as they could have. Still, I found myself fighting back tears because some of the stories were so emotional — particularly CeCe’s.
While it was difficult to choose the best (I had a lot of favourites tonight), here are my top three picks for this week:
Carly Rose Sonenclar – “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Judy Garland
Carly Rose might as well have her own reservation on my list every week. Her voice, which is so good I swear it should be illegal, was amazing as usual. I’m a big fan of this song already, but I think her version is better than the original. Her notes were spot on, vocalized flawlessly, and it never seemed like she was trying too hard. I also love how she always looks so confident and sure of herself in every performance, which is a rare quality for a 13-year-old. Demi made a bold statement by saying that Carly will be in the music industry for the rest of her life, and she got a standing ovation from judges.
Diamond White – “Because You Loved Me” by Celine Dion
Besides the fact that her hair was awesome (I love that she broke away from the teeny bopper pony tail),this performance was absolutely phenomenal. It was probably my favourite in the competition so far. She picked a perfect song to dedicate to her mother, who White said “gave her life for her.” It seemed like a genuine performance as White sang the song with her trademark powerhouse vocals and emotion. Despite being so young, she was able to pull off a mature song. After this performance I can’t believe she was kicked out in the first place. LA tweeted: “Shine bright like a diamond. @diamondkwhite.”
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While Barack Obama was having Hammertime last night Mitt Romney broke out a surprisingly chipper song. Remember guys! Even though he didn’t win, he’s still FILTHY RICH!! He won’t get the power he so craved, but he’ll always have his beautiful voice and fat bank account. Schmoyoho edited Romney in this hypothetical speech in which he congratulates President Obama on his victory.
He sings: “I never really wanted that low wage “president” job to taint my career/ Besides, who on Earth could possibly get by on 400,000 dollars a year?/ Now that I’m done pretending to have fun spending time with the plebeians/ My speaking fee will multiply by three – so if you ask me, we won!”
So if you’re worrying about him being out of a job and being struck with poverty like a lot of other people in the world then fear not, he’s probably being served freshly prepared breakfast on silver plates while reading an ironed out copy of The New York Times.
Watch it here
I’ve always imagined what life would be like if we randomly broke out in song whenever something momentous happened in our lives. You could break out your happy songs for new jobs or relationships and slow ballads for when life is the sh*ts.
If life was like that, I just know Obama would have sung MC Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This” in his war room last night upon hearing the good news. Fortunately, Barack Dubs edited the re-elected president to sing the song so we wouldn’t have to imagine it.
Watch it here:
If you ever need a choir for your wedding, you don’t have to look far. Proving that sticking your head in a tank and singing Ave Maria is all that is needed, it’s safe to say that your wedding budget will get a lot less expensive.
Being signed to Roc Nation, you know you’re going to have a tight family in the music biz. Rita Ora’s single, “How We Do (Party),” is taking over the world and she dishes out to @Jordans_Life on what it was like meeting Jay-Z for the first time at only 18, and the feeling you get in his presence. She’s already accomplished so much at only 21 considering she started off singing in bars around London (where she wasn’t even old enough to get in), and went onto opening up for Coldplay. It must take a lot to prepare for a huge show of 20,000 people, but she says she doesn’t really think about it.
Sometimes in life, you come across individuals with special talents you never would of thought they had.
Meet Christopher Varnado, a man with a golden voice who just so happens to not have a home. In an interview conducted in downtown L.A., Christopher graces the camera with his beautiful voice.
So far, the interviewer is trying to get into contact with this individual. The video has since been monetized so that anything made from it will be passed along to Christopher.
WOW. Just imagine if this man recorded an album. I bet a lot of people would pay to listen to that amazing voice.
Justin Bieber was clearly in a money pinch at home in Stratford this weekend so he cleverly decided to busk on the front steps of Avon Theatre, the same place where he used to do casual outdoor performances as a kid (pre-fame).
He was probably just getting some quick cash for that cup of hot Timmies he was tweeting about the next day.
I kid, I kid. Let’s rephrase this. Multi-millionaire JB swooped in like a Greek god on the steps of the Avon Theatre on Saturday to grace fans with an impromptu performance of “Baby.”
He wasn’t taking spare change — we’re guessing it was all phone numbers, bras and formals requests for marriage. [Source]
Justin busking now:
Justin busking then: Read more…
Jamie Lynn doesn’t have to look far for inspiration.
Performing a little showcase in Nashville on Thursday, the former Zoey 101 star sang a song she wrote to someone close to her heart: her big sis Britney.
“I’m so happy to have all of y’all here, thank y’all for coming out tonight,” said the 21-year-old mom to her audience. “This next song is called ‘I Look Up to You,’ and you can imagine who I wrote it about, so I hope y’all like it a lot.”
With lyrics like: “Scared little girl living on a big old world / You’ve outgrown your room / It all happened way too soon,” the song has nice country vibe to it.
Personally, I love this side of Jamie. Her and Britney have always been close to one another, despite sharing a lot of ups and downs over the past few years.
But while Jamie’s life hasn’t always been perfect, she definitely shows promise as a country star. Showing that she’s all grown up, I love the fact that Jamie is taking on a different genre in the music industry. It really suits her!
Okay, so we’ve figured out something that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are actually bad at. Singing. But that’s okay because the duo in The Amazing Spider-Man (out July 3) don’t care that they’re not in tune and their harmonies are off. Plus, they just want to get the message across: SEE OUR MOVIE.
Stone and Garfield, who are actually dating in real life (d’aw), play Gwen Stacy and Peter Parker in the movie. They sang the song on German TV and though it’s mostly English, they threw in some German to mix it up.
Watch it here:
I think I’m liking this bromance.
With Academy-award nominated actor Gary Oldman directing Jack White’s American Express UNSTAGED performance, that itself sounds epic and legendary enough.
But after watching the two get into a little play fight in this video, I think I’m sold on their bromance. White even accidentally makes Gary bleed :O!!! Luckily enough, he’s is forgiving.
I wish they would collaborate some more already! Perhaps they can do a song together?
We all know Jack can sing, but so can Gary!
Watch them play fight:
Ever since I saw the School of Rock, I knew Jack Black could sing. But who knew he could belt the National Anthem in such a legendary way?
Serenading a crowd in Los Angeles before a Sparks game, the Tenacious D singer does an understated performance of the “Star Spangled Banner”. Without pulling any vocal tricks or trying too hard, Black pulls it off.
Too bad the audience isn’t as respectful.
As one YouTuber remarked,”Audience, shut the heck up until the end. You’re being disrespectful and also it is f*cking Jack Black singing.”
Warning, if you’re behind on your March viral videos they will all be SPOILED with this one, four minute viral video. The Fine Brothers continue their quest to spoil everything in the world with 50 YouTube viral videos from March 2012.
They manage to do it all in one take without messing up, which is a feat in itself. They also promise to spoil videos for us every month, so there’s more to come.
James Franco, you never cease to confuse me.
With his hair in cornrows for his role in the upcoming film “Spring Breakers”, Franco can be seen in this video singing along to Selena Gomez’s single “Love You Like a Love Song” very expressively.
Posted on his WhoSay account, I can conclude that Franco should probably stick to his day job of being an actor/professor/superhero than to make a name for himself in the music industry.
After all, he can’t have it all.
And while I still love James Franco, the cornrows make him look like K-Fed and it’s really giving me the creeps.
Source: James Franco on WhoSay