It's Tuesday, so you probably need a good cry. Here, watch this video. It's children from Sandy Hook Elementary performing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' on 'Good Morning America.' The kids recorded the song, with folk musician Ingrid Michaelson, at the home of former Talking Heads members Tina Weymouth and Christ Frantz.
We have to admit, the results of this contest aren't too surprising. Sincerely, it's hard to imagine anything cuter than a baby tiger playing on a couch, which is why this video of a baby tiger jumping on the couch is taking home the prize for the Best Animal Video of 2012.
Last night's Golden Globes were certainly filled with some memorable moments. The Tommy Lee Jones death stare, Taylor Swift's disapproving face, Adele's delightful acceptance speech. But today most people are talking about Jodie Foster's sort of rambling acceptance speech for the Cecil B DeMille lifetime achievement award.
This is Charles the lion dog. He does look pretty lion-y. It must be even more astounding in person, because one Norfolk, Virginia, resident saw him on the street and called the police, saying there was a lion on the loose and it was potentially looking for food.
Hey, remember this picture of the drunk guy on a flight from Iceland to New York City who had to be restrained with duct tape and zip ties? Allegedly he started screaming on the flight and tried to choke a fellow passenger after drinking a bottle of duty-free alcohol. The crew had to get a little...inventive to resolve the situation. Their solution certainly restrained him, but didn't do much to shut him up, as we now know, thanks to this video of him trying to scream through the duct tape over his mouth.
Datta Phuge is a wealthy man, but he doesn't like expensive cars or vacations. Instead, the Pimpri, India, man has a passion for gold, and he doesn't feel like hiding it away. After much research, he had a team of 15 goldsmiths make him a shirt of gold, that he apparently plans on wearing around.
For those outside the state of California, Huell Howser, who passed away late Sunday night, might be something of a mystery. There's a chance you saw him on 'Tracy Takes On ... Hollywood,' or heard his voice on an episode of 'The Simpsons.' Southern Californians, however, are surely familiar with his self-produced travelogues of the state, which aired on KCET in Los Angeles, in all their incarnations -- 'California's Gold,' 'Visiting ... with Huell Howser' and 'California's Water,' to name a few.
Al Roker truly is a man of the people. He loses weight. He makes jokes. He video bombs 'Today Show' segments by freezing in place. And apparently he can't resist telling everybody when he has a little accident at the White House. The admission, which came out during an interview on 'Dateline,' has him catching all kinds of flak, but we have to admit we're impressed.
Getting banned in the UK for "denigrating" bottled drinks won't stop SodaStream from bringing their message to the biggest advertising opportunity in the world -- Super Bowl 2013. The advertisement shows people carbonating water with a SodaStream and making the bottles the beverages are contained in instantly disappear. Apparently other soda manufacturers were upset and the ad was pulled from British television.
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