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Come on, admit it. You'd totally pay to see this on Broadway.

Chris Martin and his Coldplay bandmates jokingly created Game of Thrones: The Musical for a Red Nose Day sketch, but the glimpses we saw of Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Emilia Clarke carrying a tune made us wish it was real.

"This is the best idea we've ever had," Martin insists.

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Watch Dwayne Johnson and Jimmy Fallon's 1989 Graduation Speech

Originally posted 05/22/2015 01:20 AM


Forget about those celebrity commencement speeches, the only words you need to hear come from the Oneonta High School Class of 1989's two students with the lowest GPAs: Bobby Ristick and Logan Duffy.

In a segment on Thursday's Tonight Show, Ristick (Jimmy Fallon) and Duffy (Dwayne Johnson) shared some of the wisdom they gained from their "eight years at this high school" in their graduation speech.

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If you're still reeling from Wednesday's finale of Supernatural, levity has arrived in the form of a mashup that combines the Winchester brothers with Taylor Swift.

The "Shake It Off" parody stars Hilly and Hannah Hindi of The Hillywood Show, who are delightful as Dean and Castiel, respectively, and SPN alum Osric Chau (R.I.P. Kevin Tran) stars as Sam, wearing a truly spectacular wig.

The video is pretty perfect – a favorite moment is when Dean shakes and shimmies in between two dead bodies while brandishing the First Blade – but the real treat for SPN fans comes at the end of the video, when several of the show's biggest stars make cameos.

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#TBT: The Bachelorette's Kaitlyn Bristowe Used to Dress Like a Backup Dancer for '00s-Era Christina Aguilera

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The dancer has some pretty hilarious Throwback Thursday gems hidden in her Instagram

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Like the peanut butter and chocolate of female empowerment, Mad Max: Fury Road has merged with Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt in an amazing mash-up.

Starting with the infectiously catchy theme song to Kimmy, YouTuber Albert Lopez created the mashup The Unbreakable Furiosa by splicing in clips from Fury Road.

On the face of it, the eccentric Tina Fey-produced Netflix comedy and the post-apocalyptic action adventure don't seem to have much in common – except their underlying message, repeated by Kimmy's Walter Bankston (Mike Britt) that "females are strong as hell!"

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