Saturday Night Live host Kevin Hart opened his SNL monologue with a story about the encounter he had with a homeless guy while eating a sandwich at a New York restaurant. After that, Hart recalled his SNL audition from years ago and showed the audience three impressions he did back then. Watch the video below:
This is Top Secret Drum Corps from Basel, Switzerland, performing at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2012.
Photographer Murad Osmann‘s girlfriend leads him around the world in a series of Instagram photos titled ‘Follow Me To’. The young Russian photographer captures the images from his point of view, revealing only the back of his girlfriend as she takes him by the hand around the beautiful, exotic landscapes.
A little boy entertains the crowd by dancing to LMFAO’s ‘Sexy and I Know It’ at the Rascal Flatts concert in Pikeville, Kentucky.
‘The Beatles Argument’, a new video from CDZA, features a couple arguing by using 17 different Beatles songs.
Jimmy Kimmel presents ‘Movie:The Movie 2V’, a sequel to his 2012 trailer for the greatest film ever made. Once again, it’s starring everyone! Well, almost.
Seth MacFarlane opened his 2013 Oscars monologue with a Tommy Lee Jones joke, followed it up with a guest appearance by William Shatner as Captain Kirk and continued with We Saw Your Boobs song. Not your traditional Oscars opening. There were other surprises as well. Watch the full monologue in the video below:
These amazing Japanese movers seriously make me wanna move over there, just so I could use their moving companies when I move somewhere else in Japan. I am sure you’ll feel the same way after watching this video:
Michelle Obama and Jimmy Fallon do the ‘Evolution of Mom Dancing’ in honor of the First Lady’s ‘Let’s Move’ campaign, and to encourage parents everywhere to get up and get moving with their kids.
YouTuber Tori Locklear ended up burning off her hair trying to make a curling tutorial video. While this girl may not achieve a career in giving out beauty tips on Youtube, her ‘Hair Tutorial Gone Wrong’ video is definitely a success: