Sadie Robertson and her dance partner, Mark Ballas, team up for a dance battle during the holidays. Not only does Mark join her, but her whole family as well. Get your dancing shoes on and join as these stars bust a move for the holidays.
Watching this whole crew join together will not only have you moving in your chair, but also laughing to yourself. Especially when you see what the father does at the end. If you are a fan of the show Duck Dynasty then the people in this video will be very familiar to you.
Check out the entire family showing off their dance moves below: more >>
A living nativity display in Utah has broken the Guinness World Record for the largest nativity in the world, with 1,039 people taking part in the display that was presented to the city of Provo Monday evening. Volunteers and YouTube stars played roles like Mary, Joseph, the shepherds and numerous angels.
"Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, angels, shepherds ... and A LOT of angels, really," Austin Craig, one of the organizers of the record making living nativity scene, told KUTV. "It's a great way to bring focus to Christ and we wanted to spread that message as widely as possible."
In addition to the 1,039 human participants, there was also a camel and a donkey added to the scene, which was held at Rock Canyon Park from 2 to 8 p.m. MST. more >>
A father and his daughter team up for a dynamic unforgettable version of "Jingle Bells." This one is a Christian version of the song that celebrates the birth of Jesus.
This beautiful baby, Summer Noel, and her dad create a memorable duet. He wanted to make sure she knew the true reason for the season. It's quite possibly the cutest version of "Jingle Bells" you will ever hear. You will smile and sing along constantly!
Watch as this man puts new words to an old classic to tell the Birth of Jesus below: more >>
Reach Records rapper Trip Lee appeared on social networking site ThisIs50.com which is owned by 50 Cent and discussed gospel music's acceptance of hip hop and hip hop's acceptance of Christians.
When asked by host Young Jack Thriller if people in the gospel music world bought his albums, Lee explained just where his genre of music fits in the whole of the industry.
"I think sometimes the gospel world assumes hip hop just embraces us, because we like them but they're a little too hip hop, and I think hip hop assumes the gospel world embraces us, but really we're like somewhere weird in the middle," said Lee. "Nobody knows what to do with us." more >>
Acclaimed rapper Nicki Minaj recently opened up about the heartache she endured after what appears to have been an abortion.
On Wednesday, the 31-year-old "Anaconda singer," who credits God as being one of her heroes, debuted her new single "All Things Go" in which she recounts a number of painful struggles. The song is off of her forthcoming album "The Pinkprint" and it reveals a more vulnerable side of the characteristically feisty rapper.
At one point in the slow-tempo track, Minaj, born Onika Maraj, recalls the pain she endured after losing a child when she was a teenager. She references a former love interest Aaron and her brother Caiah, however; she does not specifically mention abortion, which has raised the possibility that she could also be referring to a miscarriage. more >>
Chris Brown has learned that he cannot be quick to react after he is provoked by others.
Brown, the 25-year-old singer, took to Twitter to speak about how to react when provoked.
"When someone provokes you just remember all the positive s*** you have to look forward to in your life in the future," he wrote on the website. "You might feel satisfaction at that moment dealing irresponsibly to that issue but it will f*** up so much s*** for you in the future. Just means I gotta work harder." more >>