Camille and Kennerly Kitt are back, and this time they've gone dark. We've seen these identical twin harpists do the theme to 'Game of Thrones.' We've seen them do Zelda. We've even seen them cover Rihanna. Now they're focusing their attention on the Rolling Stones in this version of 'Paint It Black.'
Left on her own without legal representation, this girl (who was awaiting arraignment for a first arrest) was in over her head. It probably also didn't help that she didn't get the sobering reality of being physically present in court to knock some sense into her, since this is a video arraignment taking place from jail, where she is nervous and surrounded by other inmates. Oh, and it doesn't help that this judge is clearly some kind of jerk.
We suspect this video is supposed to be cute. It is not cute. It is terrifying. Cats are not to be trusted. Sometimes you can pet them. Sometimes they try to rip your flesh off with their angry, sharp claws...
Here's confirmation that the internet can be a very stupid place. We're not sure why somebody would want to make a video of themselves testing out their new bidet, we only know that this guy gets what he deserves for making such a video.
It's Tuesday, so you probably need a good cry. Here, watch this video. It's children from Sandy Hook Elementary performing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' on 'Good Morning America.' The kids recorded the song, with folk musician Ingrid Michaelson, at the home of former Talking Heads members Tina Weymouth and Christ Frantz.
Last night's Golden Globes were certainly filled with some memorable moments. The Tommy Lee Jones death stare, Taylor Swift's disapproving face, Adele's delightful acceptance speech. But today most people are talking about Jodie Foster's sort of rambling acceptance speech for the Cecil B DeMille lifetime achievement award.
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