Back in November, the world paused for a little boy with Leukemia to live his dream of becoming Batman. His story is now being told in a documentary: "Batkid Begins."
Just 30 seconds of pure adorableness. Rollie the armadillo plays with a squishy pink toy.
Snuggle time between a baby and a puppy gives a whole new meaning to BFFs.
Weird Al is taking on Iggy Azalea's sassy single "Fancy" for the fourth in his planned eight days of music video releases to promote his new album, Mandatory Fun. Al twists "Fancy" into a strange sort of advertisement — this time for handyman services in a song appropriately titled "Handy." It's hard to keep up with Azalea's energy, but as you'd expect, Al does an impressive job of translating it into the voice of his overly enthusiastic handyman.
Weird Al is getting a bit weirder for day three in the eight days of music video releases to promote his new album, Mandatory Fun. This third parody is of Lorde's breakout single "Royals," which Al twists into a strange infomercial for aluminum foil. The song, called "Foil," translates surprisingly well, but it's partway through that things start to get really odd.
Weird Al plans to release a new music video every day for eight straight days, and for day two he's taking on Robin Thicke's infectious (and controversial) single "Blurred Lines." Al's version is called "Word Crimes," and it's a general send-up of people with poor grammar. Al eventually delves into some brief grammar lessons, so you might actually learn a thing or two about parts of speech by listening.
Future Hall of Famer Derek Jeter is on his farewell tour after 20 years in Major League Baseball. This tribute is a tip of the hat to a beloved player.
If you make it Brazil for the World Cup final, check out the street performers. They're legendary. Plus, you'll be broke after spending all your money on airfare and tickets to the match.