June 2011 Viral Videos
Some bloggers are comparing Norwegian pop diva Tonje Langeteig and her viral video hit to this recent Web sensation and her song "Friday". Trashy, satirical, clever? Decide for yourself.
Sung-bong Choi brought judges to tears on the Korean TV version of "America's Got Talent." He wowed audiences with his vocal gifts and his story of living on the streets and selling gum to survive.
Earlier this month, a videographer was filming kayakers surfing at the Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park, on a major river, when he spotted a group of geese drifting toward the waves. You rate their surfing form.
His online moniker is FreddeGredde. The 25-year-old from Sweden has created quite a name for himself with his eye-catching musical videos, like this clever version of Queen's "Killer Queen."
A surprising use of time-lapse videography follows this German shepherd's first year of growth in less than a minute.
When New York City bicyclist Casey Neistat got nabbed by the cops for not riding in the bike lane, he doesn't get mad; he gets funny.
No, the floor in Stockholm's main square isn't crumbling into oblivion. It's a bizarre optical illusion created by Swedish artist Erik Johansson.
A driver from Scotland, Allan McNish, is only an hour into the grueling 24 Hours of Le Mans car race, in France, when he loses control of his Audi. Despite the horrific crash, no spectators are injured, and the driver walks away.
Though it was later revealed as a hoax, an anonymous Dutch woman purportedly has the photos of 152 Facebook friends tattooed on her arm. It was only a temporary tattoo, but the video still went viral.
When Darth Vader and his two Stormtroopers find Disneyland's new Star Tours pavilion closed, they do what any self-respecting Hollywood bad guy would do. They take in the theme park's other attractions.
If beer actually were made this way, it wouldn't be drinkable. But it's sure fun to watch this imaginative fantasy from Down Under.
If you're like most people and love Angry Birds, you'll go gaga over this "live" version created by T-Mobile in Barcelona, Spain.
Mega pop star Lady Gaga sings her hit song "Born This Way" before an audience of gay rights supporters in Rome.
If the man of her dreams loves cats or uncontrollable bouts of emotion, the woman in this hilarious video will quickly snag him. The video has become so popular that somebody's got to ask her out.
OK, British humor is different from that of any other country. But this send-up of online life is pretty funny no matter where you're from.
Is the primate showing signs of "humanitarianism," is he hungry or just bored? Whatever motivated this zoo orangutan to rescue a baby bird is for you to decide.
In 2010, actor Neil Patrick Harris was named by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people. After his rap-style wrap-up to the 2011 Tony Awards show, Time may want to reconsider.
Sarah Palin attempted to explain the true meaning of Paul Revere's famous midnight ride during her media-fueled bus tour and then defended her explanation. The next U.S. president, or someone in need of remedial U.S. history?