Performer Carlos Whittaker was filming for a music video promo when a homeless man interrupted and helped put on an impromptu worship session.
"As Carlos Whittaker was filming God of Second Chances in Atlanta, a homeless man named Danny randomly walked up and knelt down. After that, they put on a performance together that will move you so much. God has His soldiers everywhere," the video description said.
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The ridiculous viral video "The Fox" is set to become a children's book, available for Christmas.
"We felt that the idea 'What does the fox say?' was a good idea for a children's book, no matter what we turned it into as a video," Bard Ylvisake, one of the two brothers in the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, told EuroNews. The book, titled What Does the Fox Say?, is set to release on Dec. 10.
Despite Justin Bieber's recent South American exploits landing him in the tabloids almost every day, the singer has maintained a loyal cadre of supporters, including Seattle pastor Judah Smith.
In a recent The Hollywood Reporter article that tries to make sense of allegations that Bieber had allegedly slept with a Brazilian prostitute, disrespected the Argentine flag, and illegally tagged a hotel wall, Smith, who pastors Washington-based City Church, made it clear that he's not abandoning his mentee.
According to the report, Smith has counseled Bieber to avoid getting caught up in the press and "not get discouraged or despondent because of perceived failures." more >>
Kanye West is speaking out against Rev. Al Sharpton, who recently decided to lead a boycott against the outspoken rap mogul.
West, 36, has stamped his "Yeezus" tour clothing with confederate flags and began wearing them publicly, much to the disapproval of Sharpton. Sharpton, the leader of the National Action Network, threatened to lead a boycott against West during a press conference.
The rap mogul recently stopped by Philadelphia Hot 107.9 Morning Show to reveal his thoughts on the matter. West spoke about reaching out to Sharpton and feeling that the activist and minister was trying to stop him from making money. more >>
Creed frontman and Grammy Award winning singer Scott Stapp announced the first leg of his 2014 tour yesterday, which will begin on March 19 and follow with a number of specialty shows.
The tour follows the release of his new album, Proof of Life, released on November 5 as it debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Rock charts.
Stapp also announced that 10 percent of his online merchandise sales will go to Music for Relief, an organization founding by Linkin Park that is currently helping out over in the Philippines. more >>
NeNe Leakes, the 45-year-old actress and cast member of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," is valuing her life after being hospitalized recently.
Leakes tweeted that she was not feeling great during the Sunday episode of her reality television series and later shared a picture of herself in the hospital with over one million fans on her Twitter page.
"My arms are hurting wit these IV's #blessedtobealive," she tweeted Monday after debuting a picture of herself in a hospital bed. more >>