Viral Video Report 29 June
(29 Jun 2015)

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Viral Video Report 29 June

 

From bold fashion statements, interesting songs, to men wearing masks and a lesson in science - we’ve got you covered when it comes to funny videos for today’s Viral Video Report!

 

Let’s take a look at the videos that took the Internet by storm the past week, and were plastered all over social media.

 

Man Wears Heels for a Day 

Video via BroBible

A man wearing high heels for an entire day to prove women are complainers and wearing high heels isn’t really as bad as they make it seem, has gone viral.

After an agonizing 11 hours in killer stiletto heels, the man admits to having found new respect for women who don heels every day.

 

Chelsea’s Mom 

Video via Well-Strung

Set to the tune of the 2003 hit “Stacy’s Mom” by Fountains of Wayne, a New York-based strings quartet has gone viral with their campaign video for Hillary Clinton.

 

Called “Chelseas’s Mom”, the song is addressed to the US presidential candidate’s daughter and tackles everything from the former first lady’s hairstyles to her 2016 Republican contenders.

 

Giraffe Singing 

Video via Sebastian Mayer

A man is making the Internet even stranger by wearing paper masks and lip-syncing to songs.

 

It’s his version of Marvin Gaye’s hit “Let’s Get it On” that really got the Internet going, as the video got shared thousands of times over the past few days and became one of the most watched videos on YouTube this past weekend.

 

Bill Nye Explains Climate Change Using Emojis 

Video via The Watercooler

Confused about global warming? Bill Nye the Science Guy is on it in a new in-depth explainer video. Nye smartly uses emojis to get all the major points across.

 

This video is just the latest in a series of videos produced by Nye and the website Mashable. In previous videos, emojis are used to playfully explain science-related topics like holograms and evolution.

 

 

Image via YouTube/The Watercooler

 

 

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