Japanese comedian Toshiaki Kasuga got a rude awakening on the television program Dokkiri Award. According to Kotaku, he got drunk with the TV crew the night before this crazy prank was set up. Big mistake!
Japanese soccer player Shunsuke Nakamura knocks bride and groom toppers off a moving wedding cake with an incredibly accurate free kick:
You’d think that 55 kids is too many even for professional soccer players to take on, but Man United’s Shinji Kagawa and Nurnberg’s Hiroshi Kiyotake will prove us all wrong in this clip from a Japanese TV show ‘Kyokugen 2013‘:
The cutest starstruck kid you’ll see today!
After the epic Breaking Bad finale, a group called The Riben Collective recaps the entire show through a cover song of R.E.M.’s ‘It’s The End Of The World As We Know It’.
Every time the theme song of his favorite show comes on TV, Tama the Cat is trying to catch those damn birds…
The Next Actor segment from New Zealand‘s TV show ‘Jono and Ben at Ten‘ features Samoan actor Robbie Magasiva who pranks unsuspecting customers at the Countdown Supermarket by posing as a staff member. Jono and Ben control his actions from a remote room. Hilarity ensues.
Britain’s Got Talent winners are Attraction, the Hungarian shadow-theatre company that won everyone’s hearts with their tear-jerking performances. In the 2013 BGT final they delivered a Great British history montage so it’s really no surprise they won the show!
Britain’s Got Talent semi-final saw another heartwarming performance from the Attraction. This time the Hungarian shadow-theatre company that brought everyone to tears in the auditions told the story of love – a mother’s love and a romantic love.
Arisxandra Libantino got through Britain’s Got Talent semi-final with flying colors by singing Whitney Houston’s ‘I Have Nothing’. That’s quite a voice for an 11-year-old girl!