If you love baseball and are a fan of the show "Breaking Bad," then this is the perfect video for you. Bryan Cranston created a one-man show about baseball on stage.
Not only does he get fans hyped for the upcoming postseason, he gives the audience something to remember about the beautiful game of baseball. The "Godzilla" actor recreated some of the most famous postseason moments in the leagues history.
The MLB postseason can be seen on TBS starting Sept. 30. more >>
Noah Ritter was in a video that went viral after telling the news about a ride and his day. His comments about the ride are completely hilarious. One thing's for sure, he sure loves the word "Apparently" and Ellen invites him to his first talk show.
But, when he gets on the show, he tells Ellen he has a new word now, "Seriously." His cute and funny comments about school has the crowd laughing the whole time he is out there. Listening to his daily issues and coming home from school are absolutely priceless.
Watch this interview on the Ellen show: more >>
Christian worship artist Ilonka Deaton recently opened up about overcoming sexual slavery through Christ and how a new film about human trafficking can help other survivors.
The South African native, who now lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband Bill, was raped by a trusted associate at age 12. She was held in sexual slavery bondage for five painfully long years and her ordeal left her broken and lost.
"At 12 years old my life got a price tag attached to it," Deaton told the Christian Post exclusively. "I won a singing competition like 'American Idol' but a smaller version ... and a year into my first contract my music manager raped me, and then kept me for 5 years." more >>
Jeremiah Anthony was tired of seeing people get insulted on social media, and he was tired of seeing it reported on the news. Instead of continuing to see this, Jeremiah did something about it. He created a Twitter account West High Bros (@westhighbros) to celebrate the good in people.
Instead of seeing all the wrongs in a person, this page is dedicated to bringing out the best in people and offering sincere compliments to those in need. People who have been a victim to cyberbullying or even just having a bad day could find comfort in the account.
West High Bros has become crucial part of the student community and the school spirit of West High in Iowa City. more >>
This group wanted to play a medley of songs for the crowd and decided to ask a homeless man for his help. His part in the performance would be hand percussions while they sing and play instruments.
These people tell the homeless man that he will get a percentage of the money they make from the performance. They started to sing and the crowd really gets into it.
Instead of giving this man some of the money at the end, they do something so much greater! This will bring tears of joy to your eyes. Watch this homeless man's performance below: more >>
The band Dave's Highway is recording their final cover in front of the fireplace that actually made them famous. This acoustic version of "I Surrender All" will give you goosebumps and it will touch your heart.
God has given these three a God given talent and they use it to the fullest. Their performance will blow you away!
Watch Dave's Highway sing "I Surrender All" below: more >>