Trending: Pearl Jam Lets It Go, Owl Whisperer, Dad Dances For Daughter
PEARL JAM LETTING IT GO
The ballad from Disney’s “frozen” has hit new levels.
“Let It Go” got the rock star treatment at a recent Pearl Jam concert.
This YouTube video was taken at the band’s concert in Italy this weekend.
Pearl jam’s lead singer, Eddie Vedder — has two young daughters — which may explain why the band broke into a “Let it Go” moment.
One man found himself face to face with an owl — in his own house!
Colton Wright came home to find his cat had brought an owl into the house.
Once he calmed down — and armed himself with a Swiffer sweeper — he came up with a way to get the owl out.
Colton and the owl engaged in a stare down — as he lowers the Swiffer mop and sticks it out the window.
The video is trending on YouTube — where it has more than two million clicks since Friday.
Colton is now calling himself — the “Owl Whisperer.”
WARNING: FULL VIDEO CONTAINS FOWL LANGUAGE
DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE FOR A CAUSE
Finally, a father-daughter dance that will bring tears to your eyes.
This is a beautiful moment –between Mike and his disabled daughter McKenzie Carey — that the whole world gets to share.
This is video from one of 12-year-old McKenzie’s pageants.
Her daddy has been helping her dance at these contests since she was five years old.
The little girl was diagnosed at 8 months old with mitochondrial disease, which makes her unable to walk or talk.
But you can see how much her dad loves her — and how much she enjoys their performances — when she smiles at the end of this one.
The video has 3 and a half million views — and it’s linked to a go fund me page to help with McKenzie’s medical bills.
The family has raised 60 thousand dollars — most of it since this video was posted over the weekend.
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