Ah! Too spooky!
Ah! Too spooky!
JUST A SMALL TOWN GIRL…
Brendan Jordan, who strives to bring Gaga choreography to the masses, released a special video for Spirit Day.
He is all about that bass.
Nos régions ont du talent.
Every day is a slow news day when you’re from a small town.
“Do you have any dresses that don’t fit snugly under your bust?”
Still no word on what these two have against Canada.
You know what they say, you never know when Erykah Badu might show up wearing a huge hat and try to kiss you.
What’s in a name? A truck load of LOLZ, that’s what.
How long can you make it into this post before you start screaming?
We had had no idea how hard life in North London could be — thankfully Ham&High were there to set us straight.
BREAKING: Local news is really, really weird.
At 0:48, WTVA meteorologist Matt Laubhan begins to order the staff to seek shelter in the studio’s basement, before leaving the air himself at 1:04.
This story doesn’t sound like it’s real, but it is very real.
The staff for WCJB TV-20 did their best to show viewers footage from the Florida Gators’ game against the Dayton Flyers.
These might not be the biggest new stories ever, but they’re still important OK?
Live trolling at its finest.
If you have preconceived notions about Texans and tolerance, Dale Hansen — a sportscaster for ABC’s Dallas affiliate WFAA — might surprise you with his thoughts on Michael Sam. Someone give this man a raise.
Here’s 15 wonderful minutes of the best news bloopers of 2013. Enjoy.
BREAKING NEWS: It rains in Los Angeles occasionally.
Living the dream, one logged press conference at a time.
Mystery intruders, armed robbers with golden guns and twerking competitions. You really couldn’t make it up.
When you put three headlines together, you get a far more interesting, completely fictional story.
Warning: This post contains images of a man accidentally eating cat vomit on live television.
Philadelphia news anchor Joyce Evans came under fire yesterday for a tweet that used a Breaking Bad reference to plug a story about a local shooting. And, of course, Twitter responded brilliantly.
Phew, that was a close one.
Baboons are really, really scary looking.