A very unique (to say the least) act from the 60s hit The Ed Sullivan Show. You definitely don't see this every day.
Japan's SoftBank Hawks show how a sports team promo should be done.
She's like a one-woman sound effects studio.
Alyssa can take any word and pronounce it backwards in 3 seconds. It's weird and neat at the same time.
Duo Up And Over It are back with another hand-dancingly good song, but this time they tossed in some crazy costumes and some dance.
How can they do this without puking?
Although he doesn't need to use anything but his voice, he also knows how to make life a little more dirty with a harmonica.
Joel Brochu has the definition of patience and dedication by creating this huge picture of a beagle using 221,184 hand placed nonpareil sprinkles. He used only 6 colors, and it took 8 months to complete.
This puts the '80s "robot dance" to shame.
File this under "strangely impressive". Peter Grigorov played "Flight of the Bumblebee" on his accordion at 20.3 notes per second.
Okay, I'm impressed. They don't make 'em like they used to.
Give this kid a trampoline and a wall, and the tricks will follow.
Paul Green Jr. shoved 18 quarters up his nose, a RecordSetter.com world record.
Oh Japan... From the recent Japanese Guinness World Records TV series "Bikkuri Chojin" comes Tomoharu Shoji, who crushes 43 walnuts by sitting on them.
Skip ahead to :42 to see the the amazing ball handling skills of Selyna Bogino. Get your head out of the gutter, people.
So. Hypnotic. Can't. Stop. Watching. (It's long, so skip ahead to 1:45 to see it really kick in.)
NBC puts up an uncensored clip from America's Got Talent featuring a large breasted woman who crushes objects with her chest.