You don’t think dancing is a natural phenomenon? Look no further than these wild animals who prove it’s in the blood of all creatures.
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The final single off Ed Sheeran’s debut album ‘+’ finally has a music video. But before you go and watch it, you better bring some tissues.
Fresh off from penning One Direction’s latest single ‘Little Things’ , “Give Me Love” tells the story of not falling in love, but love lost. Featuring a sad and lonely angel played by Australian actress Isabel Lucas, the video has her playing cupid, shooting arrows at random people to make them fall in love.
While Sheeran doesn’t appear much in the music video, fans will be glad to see him sitting in a cafe drinking coffee as Lucas’ character looks at him sadly. While I’m not entirely sure what all of this means, my guess is that Lucas’ character is in love with the singer but isn’t able to get him.
It’s a dark and artistic video by Sheeran, who’s previously featured Rupert Grint as his impersonator in the music video for ‘Lego House.’ But considering the melancholy tone of the song, I think this piece is lovely yet tragically romantic.
Watch the video here:
I can totally sympathize with this woman who mistook her new puppy for a rat.
When I was in grade five I came home one night from a birthday party and my dad yelled at me to get upstairs and clean the mess I made. I didn’t remember making a mess but I went upstairs anyway. As soon as I stepped in the room, this huge, white rat with a pink nose ran across the room and I screamed. Then I saw his fluffy tail and realized my parents bought a new puppy. It was the best surprise, like ever.
This woman’s husband decided to surprise her by wrapping up a new puppy and gifting it to her in the morning. Upon opening the box she FLIPS OUT until she realizes it’s a puppy. That’s when her ghoulish screams turn to joyous squeals — though it’s hard to tell the difference between the two.
Watch it here
Ladies and gentlemen, this is what I call talent. What you’re listening to may sound like a conversation between Denzel Washington and Will Smith. But lo and behold! It’s actually by the same person…comedian Jay Pharoah!
By channeling Smith’s rambunctious personality and Washington’s tough demeanor, it’s really not surprising that he is a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Those impressions are impeccable!
There’s nothing better than unwinding after a hard week’s work than sitting back and watching cute YouTube videos. Well, actually I can think of tons of things that are better for Friday night, but this supercute supercut of cats and dogs being BFFs is worth a watch with your BFF. Instead of watching one video and clicking on all the related posts, CompilarizTV has made it simple for you by cutting together all the best videos on YouTube.
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I’m in awe of everything Bryan Cranston does. From playing the lovable father on Malcolm in the Middle to the badass Walter White on Breaking Bad, this man can literally become anything when he’s in front of the camera. So what better way to conclude the first half of Breaking Bad’s fifth season than with a lovely tribute to the show’s protagonist? Like Aaron Paul’s character exclaims, Bryan Cranston really is such “a goddamn artist!”
As a person who grew up reading Harry Potter, I’m still in denial the series is over. But when I snap back to reality and realize that J.K Rowling is probably never going to write another novel relating to Harry Potter, I begin to reread the series and rewatch all the films in a row. But of course, if you don’t have as much time as me, perhaps this 13 minute tribute will just be epic enough for you to relive the series. But I’ll have to warn you. Tears might be inevitable.
Baby Oliver woke up after a snooze, practicing every expression available to him. He goes through happiness, anger and back to happiness again in one minute while his dad manages to have a whole conversation with him. Dad’s all like “how was your sleep Ollie?” And the baby smirks so the dad is all like “NICE.”
There’s a bizarre, hidden gift lurking inside of everyone — whether you can tie a cherry with your tongue, pull your thumb to your wrist or say words backwards like this dude. Harrison’s friends spew out words and within seconds he can say them backwards.
We’re totally impressed, though slightly concerned he has a rifle in his hand. Anyone else notice that?
My dog and I have this whole skit. We both imagine we’re both cowboys in a gunfight and when I point my fake guns toward him (my two hands) and say BANG! BANG! he falls onto his back and rolls over. Although it never fails to amuse friends and family, the trick isn’t all that original and tons of dogs can do it. However, I’ve never seen a kitten play dead on command. That’s a first for me.
Jonah Hill was the unlikely witness of an on-street birth scenario yesterday.
Occurring on the streets of New York in the middle of a park, a photographer for TMZ just so happened to witness Jonah watching the whole scene and even sneaking a photo to remember the odd event taking place in front of his eyes!
While Jonah didn’t speak much to the paparazzo that approached him on video, the actor took to Twitter to recount what he witnessed at the park.
There’s a reason why this type of diving wasn’t included in the Olympics. Going into a donut float, this man in an ill-fitting speedo decides to do some precision diving in what appears to be dangerously shallow water.
If there were an Olympics for animals, I bet cats would be the most dominant force. With their sneaky nature, smart thinking and quick and agile jumps, Maru the cat certainly shows just how versatile her species can be.
I don’t know many 90-year-old athletes, but this man amazes me. Proving that athletics are timeless, Dr. William Bell, a 90-year-old pole vaulter and father of 1984 Olympian Earl Bell, proves that he still got hops.
Dr. Bell, who currently holds the world record in pole vault for his age group, still jumps three times a week at his son’s training facility in Bono, Arkansas.
Seeing that I stopped competitively training for Track and Field two years ago, this man has somewhat inspired me to start running again. He just proves that anyone of any age can succeed if they put their minds to it!
If everyone was as excited about life as this dude is about trains, I’m pretty sure the world would be a much better place. He literally loses his mind upon seeing a heritage train in New York. ”This is special. This is special,” he keeps repeating, followed by a series of orgasmic shrieks.
As a person who tries to imagine how a someone is feeling when reading their reviews, this video certainly brings the comments posted on Yelp! to life.
In the first installment of “Real Actors Read Yelp Reviews”, Chris Kipiniak’s dramatic reading of this one-star review is spectacular and captures the sadness and disappointment of the reviewer.
I hope this series continues. There needs to be some dramatic readings of hotel reviews!
Words cannot explain how amazed I am by the trailer for Cloud Atlas.
Brought to you by the Matrix trilogy’s Andy and Lana Wachowski and Run Lola Run’s Tom Tykwer, this film is an adaptation of David Mitchell’s 2004 novel of the same name.
Featuring a talented cast of Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent and Hugh Grant, the film is an exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in the past, present and future. To make things sound more complicated, the film is a kaleidoscopic tale where each cast member plays multiple roles. Split into six stories, the film interweaves its characters’ storylines in an epic tale featuring science-fiction elements while focusing on themes such as love, life and the interconnected nature of existence.
If you’re still confused by the plot of this film, perhaps the gorgeous trailer will make you think otherwise. Set to release on October 26, I particularly love how it doesn’t reveal too much despite its lengthy trailer that lasts a little less than six minutes.
What do you think? I don’t want to start hyping the film, but I won’t be surprised if it gets nominated for a couple of Oscars.
As one guy make an epic failure of a dive, it’s almost as if the onlooker predicted it all along.
Set to the the theme of 20th Century Fox, the witness in the background would much rather chill like a boss while his friend slips over a puddle of water and ultimately makes a painful entrance into the water.
But while I hope the “diver” suffered only minor injuries during this unfortunate accident, this video is possibly even better set to the “20th Century Fox” theme played on a recorder.
While No Doubt’s new album Push and Shove isn’t set to release until September 25, the band has released a music video teaser for “Settle Down”, the first single off the new record.
Featuring lots of bright lights, wild stage costumes and a scene of the band members giving each other hugs, the music video directed by Sophie Muller is set to debut on July 16.
So, who else is excited for this?
Orangutans are not that different from us.
Often referred to as the smartest animals by humans, this smart orangutan washes its face with a towel…just like we do when we need to freshen up.
HMM…face washing one day…brain surgery the next?
Okay, that’s a bit of a stretch. But they’re not just monkeys okay?!