May 192013

American web users have little sympathy for singers who screw up the National Anthem.

It’s not like these singers are plucked out of the crowd last minute. They all have plenty of time to brush up on the lyrics, and if they are doubtful, just bring a piece of a paper along with you just in case. 

That would look a whole lot better than what Canadian singer Alexis Normand did at the Portland Winterhawks-Halifax Mooseheads game. 

There are few ways of describing her performance other than ‘butchered,’ and now she is quickly going viral for her epic failure.

Last night she tweeted, “I’m embarrassed and deeply sorry. I wish I’d had more time to learn the American anthem.”

Already, the video is featured on Canada, HuffPost, and Metro


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May 192013

Superdatsun posted this video last week, and it quickly has gone viral over the weekend, amassing over two million views. Rev was raised listening to Adele, so whenever his human buddy cranks up the British Grammy winner, he gets all emotional and sings along. And the Internet loves Rev.


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May 172013

Veteran nerds will remember the The Element Song, originally made by Tom Lehrer in 1959. It’s a great way to teach your kids the building blocks to the chemical world. 

The science educators of Asap SCIENCE have taken the original concept, and brushed it up for the new century. 

In their NEW Periodic Table Song they cover all the elements in correct order with a nice animation as a bonus.


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May 162013

The web can never resist a baby singing with the radio in the car on a drive. Jacquebell05 published this video of their precious Penelope singing back in 2010, but it has just experienced a recent viral surge of viewership, snatching up over 150,000 hits.

Then two year old Penelope sang along her best with Pearl Jam’s hit Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town while in her car seat on a nice drive through town. Her handle on the lyrics is truly impressive.


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May 152013

Zach Sobiech only has months to live. The seventeen year old has a rare form of bone cancer that is not easy on its victims. With little time left, Zach has turned inwardly to music to make his peace and say goodbye.

His song, titled Clouds, was published on YouTube back in December and quickly spread, garnering over two million views.

But Soul Pancake wanted to give Zach a boost, so they commissioned their many celebrity friends to star in a remake music video of Zach’s powerful song.

Now, the celebrity music video remake has gone viral as well, standing with over 750,000 views. The video is further featured on People, BusinessInsider, and HuffPost.


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