Give Umbrellas to Hundreds of People with Good Timing and Here’s What Happens.

OK Go, the alt rock band hailing from Chicago who became famous for their visually stunning videos, has wowed the world again. Just like the treadmill-dancing “Here It Goes Again” music video and their optical illusion-laden “The Writing’s on the Wall,” their new release is a showstopper. The video for “I Won’t Let You Down” involved lots of people, umbrellas and good timing. Keeping up their reputation for tight choreography and crazy, large-scale sets, this video features a huge cast of umbrella-wielding backup dancers and aerial shots. It also features the Honda UNI-CUB, described as a “personal mobility device” that operates basically like a scooter without handlebars. 


We’re not sure how well the UNI-CUB will catch on, but it works great in the video.

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Precious Boy Brings Incredible Dance Moves To ‘The Ellen Show’ And Steals Hearts

                          <div class="content">                    <h3>Since the creation of YouTube and other video-sharing websites, people have taken on some pretty intense challenges to gain subscribers.</h3> We've lived through the cinnamon challenge, the ice bucket challenge, and I'm sure we've all seen at least one video of someone putting Mentos in a Coca-Cola bottle. One of the most recent trends involves filming yourself dancing to some pretty outrageous songs. First there was the "Harlem Shake," followed by "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)," but the latest dance craze is to TZ Anthem's "JuJu On That Beat."

Part of what makes these challenges so great is that anyone can partake in them. Recently on “The Ellen Show,” Degeneres had her favorite pint-sized dancer on to show off some seriously adorable moves. Four-year-old Tavaris Jones stole the show. After sitting down with the host to discuss how he began his dance career, Jones gave the audience exactly what they wanted: cuteness overload caused by his unforgettable dance moves.

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Jones is definitely a superstar in the making. I wish I was half as talented as him, but:

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