Apr 292013

Of course, the most prominent and viral speech at this year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner was by President Barack Obama.

It goes without saying the close second was host and online favorite Conan O’Brien. In his half hour speech, Coco touched on current events, politics, and, of course, the media, which he compared to a high school cafeteria.

“Fox is the jocks, MSNBC is the nerds, bloggers are the Goths, NPR is the table for kids with peanut allergies, Al Jazeera is the weird foreign exchange student nobody talks to, and print media, you’re the poor kid that died sophomore year. Cheer up, we dedicate the yearbook to you.”


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Apr 292013

Like Dane Cook, stand up comedian Gabriel Iglesias is famous for getting his kick start into show business online before YouTube and social media. Back then, he nicknamed himself Hot and Fluffy in one of his bits, and the name has stuck since. 

Fluffy has recently resurfaced online promoting his new special ‘Aloha Fluffy: Gabriel Iglesias Live from Hawaii.’

Over the weekend, this very extended bit from the special about visiting Saudi Arabia has been trending. 


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Apr 282013

As usual, the president gave a hilarious speech at the past White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Obama received plenty of laughs and applause during his 20 minute speech which is naturally going viral over the weekend. Already, the video published by CSPAN has picked up over a quarter million views.


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Apr 272013

Canadian musician Michael Buble is on an apparent viral roll!

First, he just went viralviral in one day after debuting a special a cappella piece he recorded in the New York City subway. That video already has amassed over 1.2 million views, and continues to trend strong through the weekend. 

Now, he and Amy Poehler have just guest starred on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. They both had the lucky opportunity to also perform as apart of Jimmy’s ridiculous cover band that wears chicken costumes and only clucks for lyrics. 

Last time the Chickeneers covered the Lumineer’s hit single Hey Ho, and quickly collected over 1.5 million hits in a viralviral spree. 

This time, dubbed Cluck, Jimmy and his celebrity guest (and editor Chris Tartaro) cover Some Nights by Fun using only bwacks and clucks.

Late Night‘s official Youtube account couldn’t help commenting, “Some Nights will never be the same. CANNOT UNHEAR.”


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Apr 262013

Travelers are used to seeing musicians in the New York City subway, but usually they are just random people trying to make a few bucks. Not world famous celebrities

However, a few lucky travelers at the W. 66th Street stop were greeted with a special celeb treat. Musician and singer Michael Buble was randomly singing an a cappella version of his new song Who’s Lovin’ You.

Now, video of the scene is going viral, appearing on Yahoo, NYPost, and SayOMG


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