It's hard to believe that Les Miserables has been around for 30 years.
The musical based on the life-and-death struggles of Jean Valjean with the French Revolution as a backdrop has been produced theatrically since 1985 all over the world.
Not too long ago, Hugh Jackman played Valjean in the movie version of the musical.
And to celebrate the show's 30th anniversary, the cast of the current Broadway production put together a montage video featuring performances of the song that ends the first act, "One Day More," from across the years.
It's pretty moving, and very nicely put together.
File this one under Things You Never Thought About But Now You Can't Get Enough of It.
A guy named Reko Rivera put on a Tyrannosaurus Rex costume and ran an indoor obstacle course - style. American Ninja Warrior
Up ramps, climbing ropes, scaling walls, you name it.
The results were hilarious.
And if the folks at don't see this as a perfect way to boost their ratings - well, they're simply not paying attention. ANW
Check it out.
Gary Busey was sent home this week from . Dancing with the Stars
But he's the sort of guy who doesn't seem to mind much.
And who knows? It's a reality TV show, and anything could happen.
He could return as early as next week.
Meanwhile, just before this week's show the folks at caught up with Gary and had him spout some wisdom about some random things. E!
They really couldn't be more random. And they're actually pretty funny.
This is one of those stories you could make up, but no one would ever believe it.
A22-year-old guy in Austintown, Ohio called 911 last Friday at about 5 o'clok in the afternoon.
Because he was "too high."
Scroll down to listen to the 911 audio.
When the cops arrived, they report they found him on the floor, curled up into a fetal position, and surrounded by Doritos, Chips Ahoy and Pepperidge Farm's Goldfish.
When he's done serving his time, I fully expect this guy to hit the road with Snoop Dogg.
We've already written about Burger King's new Black Bun Halloween Whopper.
It's already a popular item in Japan, where they say that squid ink makes the bun black. Yummy, huh?
Here in The States, the word was that A-1 Steak Sauce is responsible for the bun's color.
So what happens inside the human body stateside that makes a consumer's solid waste turn green?
According to the folks at Gizmodo.com, "the green product of the black burger is probably the result of blue food coloring."
Isn't that cute? The "green product." What a euphemism.
Meanwhile, folks are having a blast with this on social media. Go to Twitter and follow the hashtag #greenpoo to join in the fun.
Justin Bieber was caught with his pants not only down but off, and the pictures are sort of blowing up the Internet.
Some paparazzi on a mission snapped the shots while Justin and The Biebs were on vakay in Bora Bora.
And now, they've taken over just about every social media outlet.
I can't share a lot of them here, but some are very very very funny.
There's also a hardcore group of Biebs Fans who demand that we not share the pics, and instead respect Justin's privacy.
These folks clearly don't understand today's world...
The official trailer for Mockingjay 2, the final episode in the Hunger Games saga, has been released.
The movie comes out just before Thanksgiving.
If you saw Mockingjay 1, maybe you were as disappointed as me.
Just when it got to the part where it was getting really interesting, it stopped.
The only thing missing was the "... to be continued" graphic over the final scene.
Which may have been there, I don't really remember any more.
Bindi Irwin is really lighting things up on . Dancing with the Stars
This week, she dedicated her routine to her late dad, Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter.
And it's an amazing dance. Very touching, very moving.
And right now, she's the odds-on favorite to win the entire season...
The other night on , Jimmy Fallon pulled a hamstring during the opening monologue. The Tonight Show
It was so bad, he couldn't continue.
Luckily, former host Jay Leno was waiting in the wings, and stepped in to take over. Tonight Show
He looked right at home, and his jokes were pretty darn good.
A preacher in Pennsylvania predicted in July that yesterday, October 7, 2015, would be the end of the world.
Pretty definitive and bold statement. Especially when you consider he used the world "annihilate."
If you're just reading about this for the first time, oops.
Looks like the preacher had it wrong.
A few years ago, he predicted the end of the Earth on May 21, 2011.
That didn't happen either. Ask anyone.
Even the video he posted back in July doesn't believe what he believes. At the end, it's telling people to like his Facebook page - and nowhere does it say "temporarily."
Load More Blogs>>>