Thanks to a very clever remixer and Ginuwine’s “Pony,” this classic figure skating routine by Evgeni Plushenko and his muscle suit will make you yearn for a world where Magic Mike incorporated ice skates.
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The best advertisement for studying abroad you’ll ever see
Oh, to be young and full of life and in Barcelona. A music video/travelogue that captures four months of a student’s life in six minutes.
Sexy texting advice from Lena Dunham, Idris Elba and Graham Norton
If you want to know how to package a talk show for the Internet, look no further than BBC America’s The Graham Norton Show. The format already benefits from giving a bunch of random celebrities a drink and letting them gab with the delightful Norton about all sorts of random topics.
This clip features a nice young audience member from Norway, Girls creator Lena Dunham, IDRIS ELBA and some very solid advice. I shall not say any more.
Grace Helbig: Back In Action
In case you didn’t know, Grace Helbig is now at youtube.com/itsgrace on the daily. Long live It’s Grace!
Say goodbye to “This Year” with The Mountain Goats
It’s New Year’s Eve, which means it’s time to listen to my favorite New Year’s Eve song and thank god that 2013 is almost over. Hope your celebrations are happy, safe and joyful. You are gonna make it through this year if it kills you.
Benedict Cumberbatch recites R. Kelly lyrics
Because the world is full of good things. Thank you, Jimmy Kimmel. We owe you one.
A marching band movie medley that really elevates the game
How have we not shared this yet? I mean, this is art.
I love it when supercuts get musical, and I love it when supercuts include clips of things I love like Doctor Who and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and so this supercut is CHOICE.
The grand conclusion to all things pop culture
That’s it, pack up the Internet. We’re done now. (I regret nothing.)
Michael Cera and Jenny Slate slow-jam through Meredith Brooks’ “Bitch”
I was actually just thinking about this song the other day (it’s used to adorable effect in the BBC America series “Orphan Black”) as it was an adolescent favorite; Michael Cera and Jenny Slate’s take on the feminist rock anthem is indisputably weird, and not at all the way you might remember the original. But it’s also strangely compelling.