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Originally posted 04/30/2015 04:45PM
Since the very first YouTube clip was posted 10 years ago on April 23, 2005 – an 18-second video titled "Me at the zoo" – the Internet has never been the same. If you're playing a word-association game and that word is "YouTube," words like "babies," "sloths," "break-dancing," "otters," "cats" and "unicorns" might come to mind.
Originally posted 02/05/2012 08:45PM
Eli Manning and Tom Brady may know their way around the football field, but Sunday night, New England Patriots and New York Giants fans could take a break from taking sides to root for the queen of the (ever intricate) stage: Go Madonna!
The Super Bowl halftime show kicked off with a royal welcome as an army of gladiators escorted the veteran performer onto Indianapolis's Lucas Oil Stadium stage. With a diamond-studded gold crown, Madonna, 53, launched into her hit "Vogue" as the stage flashed covers of the iconic fashion magazine.
Next on the set list: her 2000 dance jam "Music." Joining her on the stage were the guys behind LMFAO – Stefan (Redfoo) and Skyler (SkyBlu) Gordy – who teamed with Madonna to sing samples from their hits, "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy and I Know It."
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