It’s a brand new year and already the viral video geniuses have graced us with their presence. Here’s to another year of ridiculously clever, over the top, successfully ranked videos!
Homeless Man With A Golden Voice
Talk about an overnight sensation! This past week, a video surfaced of a man, Ted Williams, panhandling on the streets of Columbus, Ohio and claiming to have a perfect voice for radio and television announcements. Thanks to this viral video, the job offers have been pouring in. 2 days after the release of the video, Williams was invited to be a guest on a local radio show, and has appeared on CBS’s Early Show and the Today Show. It has recently been reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers has just offered Williams a full-time job AND a house. This just goes to show – second chances do really happen! We wish Ted Williams good luck on his new journey!
Ted Williams on CBS’s Early Show
Gillette’s Behind the Scene Commercial with Sylvie van der Vaart
Do you want to know how Dutch model Sylvie van der Vaart gets silky smooth legs? Well, you won’t find out in this video, but you will definitely see some very impressive juggling skills by the acclaimed model! This video was once again strategically released (recall another video released in August with Tennis star Roger Federer) to demonstrate an amazing hidden talent.. in HEELS! Sylvia van der Vaart is the wife of a Dutch footballer Rafael Ferdinand van der Vaart. Like husband, like wife!
The Brick Thief: A LEGO Short Film
Robots, a castle, an entire army… LEGO definitely brings back some childhood memories! If you’re a fan LEGOs or not, you’ll love this very creative and entertaining stop motion film by LEGO! If you can dream it, you can build it.
The Chase Film
With the launch of Intel’s new i5 Processor, the company released this short action/adventure video across a desktop. A Bond film with an Intel twist, the character passes through a number of codes, documents, social network sites, instant messenger, Google maps and a collage of other windows Intel has to offer. It begs the question, where can your processor take you? Clever, huh?