Earlier this week a shopping cart full of toy ducks being squeezed all at once went viral, and nobody on the Internet could stop listening it.
A 10-second video titled "Duck Army" was originally posted on YouTube by Kevin Synnes on August 30th, with the caption: "I was trying to embarrass my girlfriend, instead it turned out to be a great video." On YouTube alone it has been viewed over 5.6 million times.
Now folks on the Internet are having some fun with the video by creating musical mashups with the ducks.
Adele, Whitney Houston, and Taylor Swift are just some of the artists to “collaborate” with the Duck Army.
We were wondering if anything could top the mashup of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" or the viral video of the goat screaming. It looks like the Duck Army may have accomplished that awesome challenge.
- Gwen Breitstein | Trending Now – Thu, Sep 3, 2015
Earlier this week a shopping cart full of toy ducks being squeezed all at once went viral, and nobody on the Internet could stop listening it.Read More »from Viral ‘Duck Army’ is now singing your favorite pop songs
Election season continues to gear up, and the candidates are primarily speaking in sound bites. We took some quotes from 2016 presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to New York City's Times Square to see if people can tell which quote came from which candidate. Can you tell who said what? Watch and play along to test your knowledge!Read More »from Yahoo asks “Who said it: Donald or Hillary?”
- Gwen Breitstein | Trending Now – Wed, Sep 2, 2015
We didn't think anything could top Kanye West's VMA Speech/2020 presidential announcement.Read More »from Kanye West's VMA speech gets turned into a Seinfeld open
But it turns out that even something amazing can be perfected. Twitter user @Seinfeld2000 had the brilliant idea to mix the Seinfeld theme song (laugh track included) into Kanye's speech, and the results are hilarious.
If the rapper’s 2020 presidential plans don't pan out, he may want to consider a career in standup comedy.
Read More »from 3-year-old nails performance of ‘Do You Hear the People Sing’ from ‘Les Mis’
It’s never too early to start preparing for your big solo in your favorite musical.
Erin Frehner posted a video of her 3-year-old son, Koen, belting his little heart out to his favorite song from “Les Misérables.”
Koen’s rendition of “Do You Hear the People Sing” is definitely cuteness overload. Not only does he passionately sing the song by heart with no help or prompting from his mom, but he also adds some choreography for dramatic effect.
“If you ask me, he’s headed for Broadway!” Frehner wrote in the description on YouTube.
We agree and can’t wait to see him on the Great White Way.
- Gwen Breitstein | Trending Now – Tue, Sep 1, 2015
It takes a lot to startle a New Yorker, but someone dropping spontaneously into a split will certainly do the trick.Read More »from Vine star randomly drops into splits all over New York
That’s exactly what Vine star Logan Paul did on a recent trip to New York City.
The video, titled 'Splitting NYC', shows Paul randomly breaking into splits on the Q train, in the middle of the sidewalk, in front of a cafe and even in a busy crosswalk.
The Vine star has 8.4 million followers and recently told Business Insider he wants to be the "the biggest entertainer in the world.”
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