Two 12-year-old New Jersey girls made and uploaded to YouTube this week what is being called a “murder video.” The video showed the two girls as they discussed which classmates they would like to kill and how they would murder each victim. Read More
After a brief ban on the suggestive viral video of Kate Upton shaking her booty in an impromptu video, her ”Cat Daddy” dance is back on YouTube.
No one was quite sure why Youtube took the video down. Other than showing Kate Upton looking super hot dancing, there wasn’t any nudity or violence that would warrant the ban.
Keep reading for more on Kate Upton’s Cat Daddy Dance video… after the jump.
Everyone loves Emma Stone, but Jim Carrey just took his admiration to a whole new level. The clearly bored comedian posted a trying-to-be-funny-but-ending-up-super-creepy video to the young starlet on Youtube.com yesterday, and it’s causing quite a stir.
See the video of Jim Carrey creeping on Emma Stone… after the jump!
We regret to inform anyone who has yet to watch the most viral video of the year that you’re outta luck. Yup, today Youtube officially pulled tween wunderkind Rebecca Black’s music video for her smash online hit song “Friday.”
What, they couldn’t wait til Friday to do it?
Keep reading for on Rebbeca Black… after the jump!
It looks like YouTube is getting in on the April Fools 2011 fun and instead of posting up fake news stories and lame font switches, they’ve decided to go back to the future. The hit video sharing site is pretending to celebrate their 100 year anniversary and is giving us a look at what the site would have been like in 1911.
Get more info on the 1911 YouTube transformation after the JuMp!
Now the little tyke is famous! He visited the Today Show with his mom and dad Friday. Check it out… after the jump!