Kevin Taylor is a karate master and a current Guiness World Record Holder for most car doors windows smashed with a fist. However, this time he managed to fail miserably during a live TV broadcast:
Parents think that every child dreams about going to Disney World. And then they get disappointed when their surprise fails and the kids don’t react as expected. Turns out there are at least a couple places that are far better than some lame Walt Disney World Resort: Chattanooga, Washington DC, Chuck E. Cheese and uncle Dick’s house:
Cutting down trees, Swedish style!
A man rides a shopping cat at a Russian supermarket and fails miserably.
Feel like singing Ave Maria to your baby? Think again, or at least don’t do it this bad:
Another day, another hilarious news blooper. The National Television news of Vojvodina (Serbia) was reporting a story about Mitch Winehouse, father of the late Amy Winehouse, and his plans to remember his daughter’s life by writing a memoir about the tragically departed British soul star.
Somehow the news crew managed to mess it up. Whoever was responsible didn’t watch the clip before they aired it, and the clip that was played in the background was a parody in which Amy is dubbed, singing Serbian folk music. Woops…
Ann Keil apparently forgot that she was live on the air, or the wrong tape was used in the live broadcast. The best part is the look on Fanchon Stinger’s face when they suddenly cut to her to finish the story. Precious!
Meet Mari Koleva, a girl that butchered Bon Jovi’s You Give Love a Bad Name at the audition for X-Factor in Bulgaria. Not only did she sound like another Bulgarian wanna-be singer, the legendary Ken Lee aka Valentina Hasan, but she managed to fall off the stage in the middle of the performance. A new [...]
Luckily, only his pride got hurt.
Mayor of Tijuana, Carlos Bustamante, held a press conference to announce some major news regarding public safety issues. However, before he could break the big news to the journalists, he managed to break his chair and fall to the floor. From breaking the news to hitting the news, AND the floor, in the blink of an eye.