Last Friday, Reddit user JackMomma shared a video of a twentysomething man dancing at a bus stop. According to his post, his wife shot the video and uploaded it to YouTube after she noticed the man would dance the same dance at the same bus stop every single day.
Troubled actor Charlie Sheen may be returning to television sooner than you might think.
According to sources for TMZ, the former 'Two and a Half Men' star, who was unceremoniously fired from the top-rated CBS sitcom in March for disparaging comments he made at creator Chuck Lorre, has reportedly received a "big offer" to star in a new sitcom that could hit the airwaves as soon as January.
Thanks to a few sharp ears in attendance at a recent dress rehearsal, we now know which songs are in the set list for Britney Spears' upcoming Femme Fatale tour - and we can tell you that concertgoers will be treated to more than 20 tracks worth of hits, covers and material from her latest album.
The set, which opens with newer material such as 'Hold It Against Me' and '3,' also makes room for a pair of cuts from the deluxe edition of 'Femme Fatale' ('He About to Lose Me' and 'Up N' Down'), as well as Britney's version of Rihanna's 'S&M' (which featured Spears on the remix) and a cover of Madonna's 'Burning Up.'
Here's a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Tim Allen Age: 58 Occupation: Actor Known For: Starring in the television series 'Home Improvement' and voicing Buzz Lightyear in Pixar's 'Toy Story' films
Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen Age: 25 Occupation: Actresses and Media Moguls Known For: Tag-teaming the role of Michelle Tanner on the TV series 'Full House' and since then making millions while still often looking homeless
Katy Perry is just one of many stars to appear in the music video for her new single, 'Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)'.
In the video, which plays out like some type of homage to the 1989 movie 'She's Out of Control,' fans are treated to appearances by everyone from 'Glee's' Kevin McHale and Darren Criss, to 'Friday' singer Rebecca Black to - yep - Kenny G.
Today, Google is paying tribute to the late guitar pioneer Les Paul with a guitar-themed doodle that allows users to play it and record songs of their own.
The doodle, which was designed by engineers Kristopher Hom and Joey Hurst and doodle team lead Ryan Germick, will be up for 24 hours, and was released to celebrate what would have been Paul's 96th birthday. (Paul, a leader in the development of the solid-body electric guitar, died of complications from pneumonia in 2009.)
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