Viral countdown: new videos that are breaking the internet
Lily Hevesh, a domino artist has become the master of domino arrangements after breaking the record for the world's longest domino line. The video reveals that over 15,000 dominoes were used by the artist and her team of two, to make the line, which took a little over five minutes to collapse after the first domino was set in motion. Hevesh continues to post her feats of dominoes on her YouTube channel, Hevesh5, which recently hit one million subscribers.
Princess of comedy
My Real Face was a video by Mark Angel Comedy that went viral a while ago and consequently made Nigerian duo Mark Angel and his six-year-old niece, Emanuella, an Internet sensation of sorts. Their latest video ‘2000 Words’ is another gem which seems to be having the same effect, with over one million views. The video shows the little girl, named the Princess of Comedy by the Australian government, seek help from her uncle to write a 2000-word essay, ending with the word ‘Goodbye.’ What follows is a total laughter riot that ends with Emanuella wanting to disown her uncle. Watch to find out more.
Yes, this is the real life
American acapella group Pentatonix uploaded the latest video of them performing Queen's hit song, Bohemian Rhapsody, and within two days, they’ve garnered over 6 million views. The song is known for its intricate harmonies and Freddie Mercury's ingenious method of layering audio tracks to make just four singers sound like a 100-piece choir. Pentatonix has not let their fans down as their cover is equally breathtaking as the original version of the song.