Kayla Moffett, a 27-month-old girl from Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, became a YouTube sensation after a video of her trying to catch the moon went viral.
(2 months and 24 days ago)
It wasn’t a plan. It just happened. Enzo, then age 7, decided to make a video about a praying mantis for a science project. He posted it on YouTube. The video went viral. Before he knew it, he’d been invited to appear on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
(2 months and 23 days ago)
Those are his words — "This might be like my first viral video" — and if you are expecting a guy crashing a jet pack or some weird dance phenomenon, then you have been watching too much regular YouTube. In Drake's world, or in the video for "5am in Toronto," ... More »
(1 month and 17 days ago)
An advertisement for Kmart’s free shipping for loyalty members has gone viral, using wordplay in a crude joke that has resonated with the masses. The 35-second video was published on YouTube five days ago and has more than 9.7 million views. “I think it’s one...
(1 month and 3 days ago)
ABC News reported on Feb. 10 that another UFO hoax video showed up online. The difference is that this video was clearly a fake because the individual who created it admitted he animated it himself in the YouTube entry.Click...
(3 months and 9 days ago)
Remember 2006? YouTube was only a year old and no one knew quite how big it would be. Around that same time, some guys over-inflated a basketball and started bouncing it to see what happened. They also happened to be videotaping the whole thing. Talk about playing the long game, because this succinct little video is only just now going viral, nearly seven years later. Via...
(2 months and 7 days ago)
These days, almost everybody who uploads a video to YouTube is hoping to become a viral sensation.
(12 days ago)
Two people were arrested after a fight in the halls of Rabobank Arena and video of the brawl has gone viral, viewed 3,462 times on Youtube. The encounter took place during a "Cinco de Mayo Bomb Concert" promoted by radio station Hot 94.1 on Saturday, May 4.
(11 days ago)
A young Nevada boy’s encounter with a thirsty cop has become an unexpected viral video smash, as more than 3 million viewers have watched the YouTube video.
(13 days ago)
First, there was last year's viral magic of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe," followed by Psy's "Gangnam Style". Now, the first viral video sensation of the year has emerged with the "Harlem Shake" - a dance move not to be confused with the actual Harlem Shake from the 80's, but a result of a YouTube video uploaded in 2012 of the same name by Baauer. Unlike last year's...
(3 months and 4 days ago)
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