Football fans around the world would love the chance to score a goal on the pitch of their favorite team. Josh Turnball has already realized that dream, and he’s only 2 years old!
YouTube’s 8th birthday is marked today, as the site was launched in 2005. The crew of the famous website promises even better service from now on! Go Innovators! So they hired “The Gregory Brothers” to show the true good-hearted classy comedy they have to offer. Pay your respects.
Now say hello to the new Anchorman 2! With the second title of: “The Legend Continues.” Though sad for us, there’s not much info given about the plot line and the trailer is even more vague with that comedic beat-around-the-bush technique. But whatevs, we’ll know soon enough!
At least 51 people — including seven children at an elementary school — were killed when a massive tornado struck an area outside Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon. This video is the closest to seeing what happened to those poor innocent lives.
Nicki Minaj provided the highlight (or lowlight, depending on your point of view) of the Billboard Music Awards 2013, as you can see in the video embedded above.
Zachary Quinto is a fantastic actor known for several roles, in particular Spock in the J.J. Abrams reboot of Star Trek and its sequel Star Trek: Into Darkness.
The question is, “Does anyone actually care about Spock?” Or, to be frank, even know who the hell Spock is?
David Beckham has retired as a footballer (or soccer player), hanging up his boots after a long and successful career which took in several different clubs and countries.
This video shows the emotional scenes at the end of his last game at the club where he finished his career, Paris Saint-Germain.
The male news anchor in this video may want to watch his back for a while, because after pranking the female sports reporter I suspect she’ll be out for revenge.
She’s talking about Chelsea winning the Europa Cup when she refers to the Blues as “the Cookies.” It’s subtle, but it shows how she’s like an automaton when reading off an autocue.
Kids, this is why you don’t go on meth…
While “Jimmy Kimmel Live” isn’t necessarily known for its sweet approach to babies or children (Kimmel routinely exhorts parents to prank their kids and capture it on camera for yuks), on Thursday night he managed to blend a spoof of “The Bachelor/The Bachelorette” with a clutch of toddler actors that was, well, downright adorable. Or sick. Whichever you prefer.