Jimmy Fallon continued his Brian Williams rapping series with the best video so far. This time the NBC News anchor raps ‘Rapper’s Delight’ by The Sugarhill Gang, together with his co-anchor Lester Holt. The editing is brilliant!
Rapper Mac Lethal breaks down the alphabet with a super-fast tongue-twister rap appropriately titled ‘Alphabet Insanity’.
‘The Social Media Guard’ is probably not a real product from the Coca-Cola Company, but this fake ad definitely offers an amusing solution to cure one’s social media addiction:
The ‘Business Baby’ (or the ‘No Bullshit Business Baby‘) is a new meme that was born after Redditor C0LDBLUERIBB0N posted a photo of a baby eating breakfast that was originally shared on Facebook. Things have really taken off since then, so here are some notable examples:
BBC Radio’s Greg James convinced Sir David Attenborough to provide alternative commentary for the women’s curling match between Team GB and Team USA at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon take us through the history of hip-hop dancing by demonstrating some of the most iconic hip-hop dance moves, from ‘the cabbage patch’ to ‘the Carlton’.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar is Street Fighter Ryu, facing some problems with the red tape, in the new sketch from the Pete Holmes show:
A short animated history of classic films and characters by Pier Paolo.
Piña Colliding is a new tumblr blog that cuts ‘Escape’ (The Piña Colada Song) by Rupert Holmes into famous movie scenes at really inappropriate moments. Here are some examples:
Ellen DeGeneres invited Akshat Singh, an 8-year-old dancing boy from India’s Got Talent, to dance on her show.