VIRAL VIDEOS: Little Girl Puts Gaston In His Place


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

“Little Girl Puts Gaston In His Place: Disney World 2014.”

This cast member deserves a slow clap for staying in character, while facing off against a pint sized tot named Isabella — who has no problem antagonizing the misogynistic Disney character, while getting his autograph. The child tells the Disney villain that he’ll never have princess Belle. A privilege reserved for her favorite character, the Beast. The man playing Gaston is animated, quotes the film and interacts entertainingly with the adorable little girl. All in all, the clip captures a magical moment — which is likely why it’s gone viral.

Then, there’s this:

“Frozen Christmas Lights.”

The House of Mouse is apparently taking the Internet by storm… a winter storm — with this trending, Disney themed clip… a video that combines two mega popular online gimmicks: holiday light shows and Frozen. You’ve been warned. A Texas home dripping with white and blue twinkling lights… and a lone, lit up green cactus, shimmers in this trending clip. The lights dance to Idina Menzel’s powerhouse vocals, singing the song trapped in all parents’ heads on a daily basis. The cheerful display is certain to warm even the most frozen of hearts.

And, Facebook users are hitting the “like” button on:

“CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music.”

This mesmerizing video features musician Nigel Stanford playing various instruments, while conducting cymatic experiments — which is the study of visible sound. The vibrations from the musical instruments cause liquid, sand, and fire to create patterns. There’s even a pretty cool moment in the video involving a Tesla coil. The music causes the electricity to bounce around the room — exemplifying the power of frequencies. I feel smarter already.

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