May 072013

Back in January, David Wilson published this video that he took at his gym of a man performing a dance of sorts while exercising on the treadmill.

“I see this guy dancing almost every day on the treadmill,” he says. Of course viewers can’t help but be reminded of OK GO’s famous treadmill music video.

Only now has the dance video gone viralviral, appearing on DailyPicksCanada, HuffPost, and DailyOfTheDay.



Update: Ingeniously, User Generated TV added the BeeGee’s Stayin’ Alive to the video.

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Apr 292013

It’s not secret the Internet loves watching birds dance to popular music. Frosty is one of those original birds famous for shaking her tail feather, with over 11 million video views

Now, Yopi69 has gone viral with this video of his Cockatoo dancing to Daft Punk’s hit single Phoenix on his shoulder. In just a matter of days, the adorable dance video has been seen over 200,000 times, and is featured on HyperVocal, NineMSN, and DailyPicks


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Apr 282013

Sean Foster published this short yet sweet video at the beginning of the month, but it has only gone viral over the past weekend, quickly amassing over half a million views

The video, entitled Duigs, killin it, starts with a stumbling party goer who apparently had too much to drink. Just as Bangarang which is playing in the background drops the bass, so does the drunk.

He falls to the ground, but instead of laying there unconscious, he quickly turns his fall into a perfect worm dance maneuver. Viewers quickly realize he was never drunk as he jumps up and throws a smile towards the camera. 


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Apr 272013

It seems the web has finally found a new pop song to obsess over. After covering and dancing to Thrift Shop by new kid on the block Macklemore countless times, fans are looking for a new piece. 

And they’ve got it with Can’t Hold Us, Mack’s second hit single. 

Professional dancer Guillaume Lorentz and his crew were in Japan last week, and have become some of the first to go viral covering the new song in an epic hip hop dance


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Apr 212013

It was over three years ago when Evian published their famous, viralviral babies roller skating commercial which now stands with over 64 million views

Finally, the kids have returned, in much crisper, up to date CGI, in this new Baby&Me commercial which debuted over the weekend. Already, the advert, which features giddy adults who discover their reflections are of themselves as babies, has garnered over 5 million views


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