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    Seriously — are 11-year-olds taking over the world of dance? It certainly seems that way. After being wowed by the amazing talents of Taylor Hatala, an 11-year-old with some crazy cool hip-hop moves, we now introduce you to Adilyn Malcolm, aka "Audacious Adi," and her dubstep moves.

    This 11-year-old from Littleton, Colorado, is the newest YouTube dancing star.

    Adi’s dubstep style has been viewed more than 1.8 million times. The most amazing thing about her is that she has not taken one single dance class. She is self-taught and has been dancing for only about six months. She used YouTube videos to teach herself her unique moves.
     
    She is getting a lot of positive feedback on the video. Commenter Ryan Mayer wrote, “She's awesome! Keep up the great work!!! Crazy impressive.”
     
     You would think that all of that dedication to something would mean dancing is Adi’s favorite hobby, but nope — she says dancing is a close second to motocross on this cool girl's list.

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  • At this point, you have probably seen at least one of the many variations of a selfie in your social media feed. There is the "I'm at the gym" selfie, the "I'm in the car" selfie, the "I'm in the car with my dog" selfie, and also, the still mind-boggling "I am at a funeral" selfie.

    Say hello to the donut selfie. No, it is not a new way to document fried dough. This new photography trend captures the entire 360-degree environment of its subject and brings the selfie game to the next level.

    This brand-new take on the selfie was introduced to us just yesterday by Karen X. Cheng, who is a bit of a pro at making videos that go viral. You may remember Karen from her website, Give it 100, which encourages people to post videos of 100-day challenges they have given themselves. Yahoo News spoke to Cheng who told us she got this innovative selfie idea with her friend by playing around with her camera adding, "we were doing sweeping camera motions around the head trying to make optical illusions.

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  • Everyone dreams of winning the lottery, but that large sum of cash often comes with overwhelming attention. In China, they have come up with a quirky albeit effective solution.
     
    A lucky winner from the Shanxi Province provided an entertaining press conference when he picked up his winnings, the equivalent of nearly $85 million, in a bear costume.
     
    While it might seem a little wacky, it's common for lottery winners in many countries to want to remain anonymous. We get it — once people hear of your newfound wealth, you'll likely be bothered by exes, long-lost "friends," and questionable relatives claiming to be financial experts.

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    If you win the lottery in the U.S., only five states (Delaware, Kansas, Maryland, North Dakota, and Ohio) allow you to legally remain anonymous by keeping your name off public records. In China, though, where press conferences showing the prize handoff are televised across the country, citizens have the option to choose anonymity. Winners playing dress-up to

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  • Nobody puts Baby — we mean Charlie — in a corner!

    The 8-year-old boy from Knoxville, Tenn., has become a viral sensation after his mother posted a Facebook video of him dancing along with Patrick Swayze in her favorite movie, 1987's rom-com hit "Dirty Dancing."

    BuzzFeed chatted with Charlie's mother, who said he has seen that movie about 10 to 12 times at this point.

    And it's not just this classic that gets Charlie's hips moving. If anything has dancing and music, he just can't seem to stand still, she said.

    One day, if ever asked, Charlie may consider his greatest dancing influence to be Michael Jackson. The King of Pop died when Charlie was only 3 years old, but the boy had begun to watch all of his music videos and replicate his moves.

    Charlie's mother previously posted a video to YouTube for friends and family to check out his "Thriller" moves.

    Charlie's dance moves have now been seen by more people than most Broadway actors', with over 8 million views of the Facebook video.

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  • Brendan Jordan does not know the meaning of the term camera-shy. The Las Vegas 15-year-old stole the show during a live newscast last week and raised the bar for videobombers everywhere by dancing like everyone should be watching him.
     
    During a local KLAS broadcast, Brendan decided to unleash his moves behind anchors reporting on the long-awaited opening of the Summerlin Mall.
     
    Brendan's self-assured moves and his face with attitude have drawn attention from around the Web. Many are talking about him on social media, showing their admiration for the teen's self-confidence. Bravo's Andy Cohen of "Watch What Happens Live" has even mentioned the video.
     
    Patranya Bhoolsuwan, the anchor who was caught between Brendan and his spotlight, seems to be supportive of the news-crash.
     
    Bhoolsuwan told Yahoo News, "This kid was supersweet.... [He] asked to take a [picture] with me, then says all he wants to do is be on TV. I have been news-crashed plenty of times before, but this one was by far the

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