Last Week Tonight with John Oliver takes on ‘native advertising’, or ads disguised as editorial content:
The song of the summer 2014.
This is old but I haven’t seen it before and I’m assuming there are a lot more people out there that would love this video. French singer Patrick Bruel gets completely overwhelmed with emotions when the audience sings his song ‘J’ te ‘L’Dis Quand Meme’ during a 1991 concert at the Olympia music hall in Paris.
Jeff ‘The Dude’ Bridges bowls his first pitch at Friday night’s Dodgers game, Lebowski-style, instead of throwing a traditional ceremonial pitch. The 64-year-old actor is currently promoting his new movie, ‘The Giver.’
American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter, Tina Cleveland, and her fiancé, Paul Sirimarco, have some fun in their car with a sing-a-long dance party to ‘You’re The One That I Want’ from the musical ‘Grease’:
Julia Louis-Dreyfus stopped by David Letterman Thursday night and talked about the 25th anniversary of Seinfeld. It was a great opportunity for ‘The Late Show’ to re-upload this footage from the year 2000, when she was singing The Sound of Music’s ‘Sixteen Going On Seventeen’ with Jerry Seinfeld:
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!