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Trending: What The Mavs Say, Virgin’s New Safety Video, Miley Cyrus Cover, Christmas Story Statue

October 30, 2013 11:04 AM

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Reporting Angela Martin


Before the Dallas Mavs step on the court for their season opener, there was a very important question that needed to be answered.

“What Do The Mavs Say?”

A new video was posted to featuring Dirk Notwitski, Shawn Marion, Vince Carter and the rest of the Mavs players spoofing the viral video “What Does The Fox Say?”

Not too long ago dirk had some fun in a spoof of the with the “guess what day it is?” commercial…


Virgin Airlines is trying to get you to stay awake and pay attention during the pre-flight safety check.

The airline is debuting a safety new video featuring rapping, dancing and singing this week.  Virgin says it’s a first for the airline.

Former American Idol contestant Todrick Hall came up with the lyrics for the five minute video and several cast members from So You Think You Can Dance are featured.


A classic movie scene is honored in Indiana. It memorializes the moment in “A Christmas Story” where Flick’s tongue gets stuck to a frozen flagpole.

A bronze version of Flick will now be forever stuck to that flagpole in Hammond, Indiana.

The statue stands at the welcome center in the hometown of Jean Shepard, the author of the book that inspired the movie.

“A Christmas story” celebrates 30 years on November 18th.

And if you’re ever visiting Hammond, and someone triple dog dares you to lick this statue – a tourism official says do so at your own risk.


These days the name Miley Cyrus can spark some negative images, but there’s nothing negative about a young girl’s version of one of the pop star’s songs.

11-year-old Joyce Jimenez is blind and as she sings Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball, you can see her reading the braille lyrics with her hand.

Jimenez’s video has been viewed more than half a million times on YouTube, with some viewers calling it better than the original.


Never-before-seen footage from the original Star Wars trilogy– is going viral.

That’s because the man who stumbled upon the clips is sharing them with all fans through Facebook.

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