I'm always on the Internet looking for "how-to" videos. Watching a video always makes it easier for me to follow along because I'm a visual learner. All you need to do is press play and you're on your way to some life improvement.
After at six year hiatus, Justin Timberlake is back! The 20/20 Experience finally came out this week and Justin's been working hard to promote it. He's hosted SNL, spent the week appearing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and he had a CD launch party air on The CW.
Painting my nails is one of my favorite ways to procrastinate. I don't like to just stick to your run-of-the-mill nails either. Since I'm not a professional nail artist, I have to find a way to get creative with my designs. Enter the YouTube channel Cute Polish.
I go to a major basketball school, so I'm starting to feel the fever of March Madness. So in honor of the month, I thought I'd put together a hodge-podge of sports bloopers, highlights, and dunks.
Sometimes it's nice to forget your own embarrassing moments and take delight in someone else's. Misery loves company, right? Hopefully these funny fail videos will ease your troubles as much as they did mine!
Seems like I've been living under a pop culture rock because I hadn't seen a Harlem Shake video until this week! To make up for my ignorance, I watched what seemed like millions different Harlem Shake videos and found the best ones for this Sundays post.
I've been watching Beyonce videos non-stop in preparation for the big day and along the way I've stumbled across these YouTube vids of other professional singers/bands who have covered the lady of honor. Here are some of my favorite finds. Enjoy!
One of the best parts about buying the actual DVD copies of movies is watching the extras, which usually include deleted scenes. So many movies have great deleted scenes that somehow wound up on the cutting room floor. Here are some of the best ones I was able to find on YouTube.
Patrice Wilson is at it again. If that name doesn't immediately sound familiar to you, he's the guy whose responsible for bringing the world Rebecca Black's "Friday" and Nicole Westbrook's "It's Thanksgiving." His newest project, Tweenchronic inspired me to put together some videos of his best acts.
The first week of January is already behind us and already I'm feeling "meh" about the resolutions I made. To get out of this funk, I decided to look up some other people's resolutions on YouTube. Some of these videos are mean to inspire, others are just for entertainment.
I often find myself too lazy to do anything elaborate, so I end up eating spaghetti for the millionth time in a row. But after watching Hannah Hart's My Drunk Kitchen videos on YouTube, I learned that cooking doesn't have to be a stressful experience nor does it have to be done sober.
Normally, I'm not one to listen to celebrities for advice. You always hear the generic quotes they make in magazine and interviews and think, easy for you to say, you're a a celeb.
found the web series "7 Minutes in Heaven," in which Mike O'Brien, a writer for Saturday Night Live, puts his own spin on interviewing by interviewing celebrities in a closet and asking them bizarre questions.