A 5-year-old German shepherd dog is responsible for this page, which shows off his many talents. Although he loves the spotlight, Dunder will sometimes share with his new buddy, Munster. In this video, a newest member of the family joins them and you get to see if from start to finish, thanks to this amazing timelapse.
Baby Dylan's first appearance on YouTube was actually more about his mommy and their home than actually focusing on Dylan. You get to see from the start of her pregnancy until the day she walks him through the door to meet these his two pet buddies. It's even fun to watch the room change around and stuff get added to the walls. You are also able to see how adorable it is as these two dog buddies await the third brother in the pack.
According to social media posts, both dogs are enjoying young Dylan and are never too far from his side. But, we will have to see how they do once Dylan becomes a star on the phone devices. more >>
These two men known as the Craig Lewis Band take the stage and no one knows what to expect. Based on their song choice, it could either go really bad or be a memorable audition. They catch everyone in the crowd, including the judges off guard. WOW!
The song they choose to go up and perform is "It's A Man's World" which is a powerful, yet very difficult song to sing live. The Craig Lewis Band gets up there and serenades the crowd with a one-of-a-kind performance. Their voices are very classical and unique. Get ready to tap your toes and clap your hand to this wonderful performance. The judges even give them a standing ovation, which they most certainly deserve!
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This little boy went through the Make-A-Wish foundation in hopes of one day having his dreams come true. He always wanted to become his favorite superhero, Batman. On this very special day, with the help of thousands, he was able to fulfill his dream and is known as Batkid.
Make-A-Wish helps grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Unfortunately, children with these circumstances have their childhood robbed from them, so the wishes give their young years back tenfold. In this case, they help this young boy fulfill his wish of becoming his favorite superhero by turning the city into Gotham. Not really sure what the outcome of people would be, and how it would turn out, but they stuck to it.
Instantly, his story spread across the internet like wildfire after being placed on social media. It triggered a huge community to come out and support the boy. This little dream turned into something no one ever expected to happen. Warner Bros. Pictures heard about this and decided to create a documentary based on Batkid, Miles Scott. more >>
An eighth-generation circus star, who miraculously survived a 25-foot fall while performing a routine acrobatic stunt, said she asked God to save her as she plunged into the audience.
Vicki Garcia, who along with her husband, Pablo, work for the Circo Hermanos Vazquez touring circus company and comprise the high-flying acrobatic team called the "Duo Garcia," was performing a routine "rocket" stunt last Thursday at a circus in Houston when she slipped and her harness wasn't fastened tight.
As soon as Garcia, who is an eighth-generation circus performer on her mom's side and a seventh-generation performer on her dad's side, slipped, the 17-year circus vet quickly fell approximately 25-feet into the front of the crowd. more >>
A former heroin addict who now dresses as Jesus Christ and goes by the name "Philly Jesus" has started an online fundraiser to accrue $70,000 for his ministry.
On a GoFundMe page created Thursday, the resident of Philadelphia whose real name is Michael Grant has requested money to help finance his ministries.
"iF you BELiEVE that the LORD is in this Ministry that i have launched. ... iF you Believe that you will be helped by it ...and Believe OTHERS will be helped by it ... i want to ask you to OPEN your Heart and ask The HOLY SPiRiT of Christ Jesus (Yeshua) ... if u should sow financially into this Ministry i have launched," reads the page's description. more >>
14-year-old Breanna Mendoza has been bullied her whole life because of a birth defect. It has caused a deformation in her face. But after being pushed around too many times, she finally stood up and fired back at those bringing her down. Her response is extremely positive!
It's very hard to go through life when everywhere you go bullies make fun of you. Sadly for Breanna, it has happened to her all her life. She suffers from Goldenhar Syndrome, which has caused her face to become deformed. It's something she has no control over and it is very cruel for others to make fun of her for it. Breanna decided to stand up to her bullies and share her story on social media. The response she gets back in return has been extremely positive. She finally feels like people accept her.
We all have the need to be liked or accepted in some form with those around us. It's not a good feeling to be rejected for a reason such as Breanna's -- especially at an age when we should be forming close relationships with others. It can cause emotional scarring and negative effects in our lives. Thankfully, these people reached out to her and made her feel like she was accepted. She even receives a special surprise at the end! more >>