We may be a little late to the game with this video, which has already received more than 9 million views, but it's still golden. At a Celtics game, one guy refuses to take his appearance on the Jumbotron lightly. Instead, he dances up a storm, delighting the crowd and, if you watch, you. Truthfully, this is how we all feel inside whenever we hear Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer" — he's just dancing out our feelings.
Celebrities will do pretty weird things to promote their movies, but that's okay because then we get videos like this one, where the stars of "Last Vegas" reading the lyrics to popular songs. Morgan Freeman reads the lyrics to the Ylvis song "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say)" while Robert De Niro tackles Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball", Kevin Kline does One Direction's "Best Song Ever" and Michael Douglas reads "Chinese Food."
Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, based out of Lebanon, N.H. made a video. It is heartwarming and lovely and adorable, which is a nice change of pace from internet videos that humiliate and destroy (although those can be good, too).
In this video, staff and patients from the children's hospital lip sync and dance to Katy Perry's new song, "Roar." It was filmed the hospital's annual CHaD HERO Half Marathon & Ripcord 5K, which raised over $650,000 this year. Sigh. Happy feel-goods all around.
If this cutie doesn't melt your heart, I don't know what to tell you. This video of 2-year-old Claire wishing her mom a happy birthday is somehow irrisistibly adorable while also kind of being a little sad. You have to watch to get the full effect!
Here's what Claire's dad, Dan, told Good Morning America about the video:
"Usually my wife's birthday is a pretty big deal, so I try to do something new... I sat her down in the living room and we had a conversation for about 40 minutes... About Mommy and toys and food... I started talking about when Mommy's not here... I said, 'She works so hard, doesn't she?' She was like, 'Mommy works so hard,' almost on the verge of tears and I was on the other side of the camera in the living room like, 'Oh my goodness.' It just poured out."
Dan said mom loved the gift, but we already kind of knew she would.