Obamacare, Ann Curry, Nora Ephron, and More Viral Videos
10. Channing Tatum Dressed as a Girl
It’s not very pretty, but it’s definitely funny. Channing Tatum channeled his inner teenybopper alongside Jimmy Fallon for the latest installment of ‘Ew!’ on Late Night Thursday. Watch the duo wax poetic over One Direction and hip-hop dance moves.
9. Rielle: Edwards and I Broke Up
8. PS 22 Chorus Nails It With Adele Cover
And now for your daily dose of inspiration: The students at Staten Island’s PS 22 are making waves in music again—this time performing Adele’s “One and Only.” Watch this video of their inspiring rehearsal featured on ABC’s World News Sunday.
7. Obama Booed Over Baseball
It’s safe to say this was definitely not a home run. President Obama attempted a joke at a Boston fundraiser Monday, referencing Kevin Youkilis, who was just traded from the Red Sox to the Chicago White Sox. Problem is—the crowd wasn’t exactly thrilled—and they weren’t afraid to show it.
6. Samuel L. Jackson: Pink-Haired Host?
He's been a tough guy in Pulp Fiction, a NYC detective in Shaft, and a Jedi in Star Wars, but Jackson takes on his strangest role yet in his coiffed promo for the BET Awards.
5. Remembering Nora Ephron
The acclaimed screenwriter and director died Tuesday at 71 after a battle with leukemia. Watch the When Harry Met Sally... scene that made the deli sandwich infamous.
4. Aaron Sorkin’s Repeat Dialogue
If you've seen one Sorkin movie, chances are you've seen a line that's appeared in them all—almost. Watch a supercut of the writer's recycled lines, or “Sorkinisms.”
3. Tearful Ann Curry Announces ‘Today’ Departure
“Today is going to be my last morning as a regular co-host of ‘Today,’” a choked-up Ann Curry told viewers Thursday morning. Watch her emotional goodbye as she thanked viewers and detailed her future plans at the network.
2. Cable’s Crappy Health-Care Coverage
You know that kid in your class who always talks but never actually does the reading? Well, on Thursday that was CNN and Fox News. In a rush to beat their opponents to report the Supreme Court’s health-care decision, both cable networks broadcast the wrong information—and then had to awkwardly retract their statements.
1. Obama: “Decision Was a Victory”
Following Thursday's Supreme Court decision, President Obama congratulated the country on its groundbreaking reform. Watch the president explain the changes that will occur in Americans’ health care.