This month’s compilation of news bloopers features people shouting profanities into camera, a BBC reporter swallowing a fly, and Joan Rivers just being Joan Rivers. Of course, there’s more: Sent by Comedy Wizard
Nuclear weapons were the main story on HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, last night. Seriously funny, as always:
Morgan Freeman inhales helium and talks to Jimmy Fallon about his science show on Thursday’s Tonight Show:
An unknown woman was filmed on a subway platform in Brooklyn, New York, singing Beyonce’s ‘Halo’. I’m amazed that everyone around her is so calm about it, her voice is amazing!
The 2000s edition of the misheard song lyrics series by Pleated-Jeans. Get your free cone, everybody!
John Oliver takes on the United States prison system in the latest clip from HBO’s ‘Last Week Tonight‘:
Rachael Thompson sings a cover of Gabrielle Aplin’s ‘Please Don’t Say You Love Me’ on The X Factor Australia 2014 and receives standing ovation from the judges:
Weird Al Yankovic sings about ‘First World Problems’ in the sixth music video from his new album Mandatory Fun:
Conan O’Brien and Dave Franco join Tinder, things get hilarious quickly.
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert battle for the title of ‘World’s Biggest Star Wars Fan’ in this funny promotional video for ‘Force for Change’ campaign, which offers you a chance to win a role in the upcoming ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ movie through the Omaze fundraising platform.