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VIRAL VIDEOS: Obama On “Between Two Ferns”
Here’s what’s going viral now on Facebook.
Shot as a low-budget interview with fake plants and a stark black backdrop, the President of the United States goes “Between Two Ferns” in this popular Funny or Die web series. Dodging jabs from actor and comedian Zach Galifianakis, a very laid back President Obama shows off his comedic chops by giving as good as he gets, while shockingly finding a way to promote the Affordable Care Act.
Then, there’s this:
“Tonight Show Celebrity Photobomb.”
Jimmy Fallon continues to take the Internet by storm with popular skits from The Tonight Show. In his latest trending video, the talk show host teams up with Mad Men actor Jon Hamm to photobomb tourists having their pictures taken from the Top of the Rock in Manhattan. The pair chest bump, piggy back ride and even share a hoagie – Lady and the Tramp style, behind unsuspecting out-of-towners smiling for the camera. All in all – some good clean fun. Something that late night TV and the Internet definitely need more of.
And, Facebook users are hitting the “like” button on:
“Palin Reads Dr. Seuss at CPAC.”
In a nod to tea party favorite Senator Ted Cruz and his infamous marathon filibuster, when he read his daughter’s favorite bedtime story on the Senate Floor… FOX News Contributor Sarah Palin reads her version of the classic children’s book Green Eggs and Ham – with a twist, in this Associated Press video. Taking a swipe at President Obama, the former Alaska governor gets creative with her rhymes, garnering support and applause from CPAC activists.
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