Feb 072013

It may not seem to be, but Spring is just around the corner! To get into the spring of things, H&M enlisted English screenwriter Guy Ritchie to direct a special commercial to showcase their new David Beckham line.

Naturally, David Beckham stars in the short film advert that features the famous footballer running through his high-end neighborhood in only his new bodywear luxury clothing line underwear.

Now, the new commercial already has over 1.9 million hits, and is covered on LATimes, USAToday, and EOnline.


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Feb 062013

After the big game, Beyonce was asked about her halftime show performance and the lights going out temporarily during the game by Extra.

The interviewer commented to Beyonce, “They said the halftime show was so hot, the power went out.” Beyonce mustered her inner Internet meme powers and replied in the words of the great Miss Sweet Brown, “Lord Jesus, it’s a fire.”

(Ain’t nobody got time for that!)


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Feb 062013

This video by the one and only Lenny Kravitz was posted online in 2010, but has recently benefited from a second viral surge in viewership, appearing on sites like LaughingSquid and Entertainment

Lenny was simply strolling the world famous city of New Orleans when he heard his song being played. He tracked down the music to a large choir performing Fly Away.

Lenny couldn’t help himself, and to the utter joy of the choir members, joined in music. 


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Feb 042013

Last year, Will Ferrell made news online after appearing in a short Old Milwaukee commercial that only aired in very specific regions during the Superbowl.

It seems Old Milwaukee has attempted the same tactic this year and succeeded, as this commercial which aired only in Sherman, Texas; Ardmore, Oklahoma; and Glendive, Montana during the big game is now going viral.

The strange commercial features the silly Hollywood star randomly kissing an Asian woman on the bus with an Old Milwaukee can appearing in the frame for just a moment.


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Feb 032013

This relatively ancient video was posted online way back in 2006 by Joseph Gordon Levitt’s Hit Record, but has just seen a resurgence of traffic over the weekend. 

While walking down the street in Manhattan with a friend, Joseph was confronted by two paparazzi who were giving him a hard time. So he gave them a taste of their own medicine by following them around with a camera to see how much they appreciated the attention. They didn’t. 


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