Here's what's going viral now on Facebook.

"Original Batmanning Video."

The planking craze just isn't dangerous enough for these daredevils, so they invent "batmanning."  You know, like...

Think planking, but vertical.  Hanging from your feet, just like a bat.  You know, like fall and break your neck kinda stuff.

You can Batman from a fence.  You can Batman from a pipe up in the ceiling.  You can even Batman from a statue.  If you try this at home, it's up to you.  We take no responsibility for injuries caused by mimicking this video.

Then there's this:

"Wannabe - Spice Girls (cover by Tiffany Alvord and Megan & Liz)

Tiffany Alvord is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter getting her start thanks to YouTube.  And here she joins pals and fellow YouTube artists Megan & Liz for a cover of the Spice Girls 1996 hit.  There are some similarities in the videos - the Spice Girls video is them on the move as they crash a dinner party.  This trio is also on the move, as they empty auditorium.  One thing the Spice Girls didn't do at the end of their video: steal a cardboard cutout of Justin Bieber.  Of course, the Biebs was all of 2 years old when "Wannabe" came out.

And Facebook users are hitting the "like" button on:

"Freddie Mercury Google Doodle."

To honor what would have been the Queen frontman's 65th birthday on September 5th, Google rolled out its latest homepage "Doodle."  It got some high praise, as you travel through an animated performance of the band's song "Don't Stop Me Now."  U.S. users may have noticed they didn't see the Doodle 'til the 6th---Google says the delay was out of respect for Labor Day.

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For Lauren Faulkner, I'm Chris Foster, and those are your Facebook Status Updates on FOX News Radio.