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DEPLORABLE (and hilarious) Comey/Clinton music video wins the Internet *WATCH*

What difference at this point does it make?

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Tom Hanks Is Going To Be In A Carly Rae Jepsen Video

Don’t ask questions, just be grateful.

1. Carly Rae Jepsen was spotted getting down with Tom Hanks — yes, that Tom Hanks — in the streets of New York yesterday.

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2. Trailed by a herd of Broadway-ready hoofers, the unlikely duo was shooting the music video for Jepsen’s upcoming single, “I Really Like You.”

3. The “Call Me Maybe” singer was also joined by fellow Canadian Justin Bieber.

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4. The trio may seem random but they actually have one very important connection in common: uber-manager Scooter Braun.

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While Hanks is just a friend, Jepsen and Bieber are both represented by Braun.

5. Remember when Bieber ‘grammed a clip of the movie star dancing it out in a yarmulke? That was filmed at Braun’s wedding last July.

6. And all that grooving was really an audition for the role of a lifetime: pop video boy toy.


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Sir David Attenborough Gives An Awesome Twist To Adele’s ‘Hello’

By now, you’ve probably watched Adele’s new music video for her single “Hello” a thousand times, but we invite you to watch it once more. This time, it’s narrated by none other than Sir David Attenborough.

During an interview on BBC Radio 1, DJ Greg James asked the legendary narrator to give the first minute of Adele’s video his signature voiceover treatment. He was hesitant at first, because he didn’t want Adele to be angry with him. To quell his fears, the DJ said, “I think Adele would probably love this more than anything in the whole world.”

I would pay good money to listen to Sir David Attenborough’s take on pop culture every day. His personality is warm and his voice is iconic. Thanks for always keeping us entertained, Sir David!

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Give Umbrellas to Hundreds of People with Good Timing and Here’s What Happens.

OK Go, the alt rock band hailing from Chicago who became famous for their visually stunning videos, has wowed the world again. Just like the treadmill-dancing “Here It Goes Again” music video and their optical illusion-laden “The Writing’s on the Wall,” their new release is a showstopper. The video for “I Won’t Let You Down” involved lots of people, umbrellas and good timing. Keeping up their reputation for tight choreography and crazy, large-scale sets, this video features a huge cast of umbrella-wielding backup dancers and aerial shots. It also features the Honda UNI-CUB, described as a “personal mobility device” that operates basically like a scooter without handlebars. 

We’re not sure how well the UNI-CUB will catch on, but it works great in the video.

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