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Thursday, July 19, 2012

The 'Call Me Maybe' Mania!


"Call Me Maybe" now creates a world-wide hit! Different versions of its music videos made by different personalities were getting viral on the internet!

Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, together with their friends started to have their own version of it. Our very own Anne Curtis, Georgina Wilson, Liz Uy, Solenn Heusaff, Isabelle Daza together with their friends also had their own version!

Even hunks didn't let themselves left behind. A version from UAAP Season 75 and from the Abercrombie and Fitch hot male models also got viral! What more, even Barack Obama had a version of it!

Well, I compiled all these hot videos of "Call Me Maybe" for you. Watch these and let me know which is the best version for you:


The Justine Bieber-Selena Gomez version:




The Anne Curtis, Liz Uy, Solenn Heusaff and Company Version:




The Barack Obama Version:




The UAAP Season 75 Version:




The Abercrombie and Fitch Hunk Models Version:



Hahaha! Thanks to Carly Rae Jepsen, the Canadian Idol who sung this song. Because of her, there is now another phenomenal hit not only in the world of music but also in the world wide web! Cool! c",)

Friday, August 5, 2011

The Viral Video of Christopher Lao's 'Floating Car!'

Christopher Lao's name is very famous nowadays! He's already a trending topic on Twitter because of his “floating car” video. He is also the topic of many blogs and a Facebook Fan Page called “Christopher Lao (ang bobong sinugod ang kotse sa baha)” already created for him and got 40,000 plus likes now!

Lao became famous after GMA-7 reported about his “floating” car in their news program "24 Oras" last Tuesday.

The video of his segment in "24 Oras" was uploaded in YouTube. The incident was caught on camera by GMA-7 reporter Jun Veneracion. The man driving the said car was Christopher Lao, a UP College of Law student, who braced his car to the deep flood waters in Quezon City.

Here is the said video which already became viral! Let's watch this:



Aside from the said video, Lao's statements also become a punchline. Here are those words from Lao which are now huge hits:

“MMDA should have blocked the road, who would tell me?”

“Why didn’t you guys tell me?”.

“I should have been informed”.

“Bakit ako, Di ba!”

Meanwhile after the spread of the video and the bullying of Lao in the internet, GMA-7 immediately released a statement pertaining the net bullying. They aired it in another segment of "24 Oras." Here is the statement of GMA-7:



From this said incident, hope that we all learned a lesson instead of throwing laughter and fun against Christopher Lao.

On the other hand, Lao released his official statement regarding the incident. His official statement is already posted in my TV Series Craze blog! Here's the link. c",)

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