If you needed a reason to tune into the Olympic bobsleigh competition, Jamaica has totally just given you one. The country's tourism department released a song and accompanying 8-bit music video to promote Jamaica's participation in the two-man bobsled competition.
According to the tourism department, if the song was played at precisely when the Jamaican Bobsled Team began their race yesterday, the song would sync up with their race. How cool is that?!
Unfortunately, Jamaica didn't win gold in yesterday's competition, but no one can take away their adorable anthem.
Irene and Alice have been best friends for 94 years. They met in first grade and said something between them just "clicked" — the rest, as they say, is history.
The two besties first visited "The Steve Harvey Show" to share their secrets to lifelong happiness. In their most recent segment, Irene and Alice tackle some of today's most pressing topics, including twerking, Justin Bieber, and selfies. In short, they are the cutest.
Hopefully you enjoy their views as much as I did!
In October 2013, the New Orleans Pelicans realized they had a problem.
Their mascot was terrifying.
With Aladdin slated to make its Broadway debut in little more than a month, as well as the confirmation that "Frozen" will be the next film to be adapted for the theater stage, I can't help but think of what other films from the beloved company would do well on stage. To be clear, to me there is a difference between a story simply being adapted for the theater and the Walt Disney production company taking one of its films and making it a Broadway hit. In the latter scenario, there is something magical that happens when the finished product is ready for the stage.
Here are four other films I'd like to see turned into productions that could rival The Lion King and Mary Poppins.
Alice in Wonderland
What the 1951 film lacks in songs, it more than makes up for in visual effects. The mad tea party, the shrinking and growing of Alice, the magical forest, and the Queen's court would all make incredible sets on stage. Then there are the characters, such as the White Rabbit, Cheshire cat, Caterpillar, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, the Mad Hatter and March Hare, and the Queen of Hearts, who would be fun to see live. The costumes would be bright, over-the-top, and probably a bit like a Dr. Seuss book.