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    TikTok : Snapchat’s grace was in the self-erasing photos and short videos. The grace of TikTok is in the short videos. And the fun of YouTube’s new Video Builder tool is in… short videos. Google and its streaming platform look directly at the fashionable social network with the idea of ​​creating a new tool for companies. YouTube Video Builder Thought “so that companies without resources can create videos from scratch”, Video Builder is a free beta tool that animates static elements and assets like images, text, and logos, adding music from the YouTube library like the one you can listen to here. The tool allows you to choose from a variety of designs based on your message and...
    GORDON Ramsay couldn't hide his disgust as an American mom made fish and chips in the microwave for a Tik Tok video. The feisty chef watched in horror as TikTok sensation Michelle revealed her way of making the British dish. 6 Gordon Ramsay couldn't hide his disgust as an American mom made fish and chips in the microwaveCredit: TIKTOK Michelle talked her followers through the entire process - from cleaning a fish she found dead in a pond to smothering it in batter and bunging it in the microwave. A confused Gordon filmed his reaction to the video as he watched the clip in real time. He expressed his shock at Michelle leaving the fish's head on before turning his...
    TikTok : The Real Madrid player is an expert in succeeding with his TikTok videos, this time he went out again on the social network and without knowing the song.
    TikTok : Rudy Fernández and his wife, Helen Lindes, triumph on TikTok with this dance on a yacht that has already gone viral. Be careful what happens to the player in the end.
    Facebook slapped a fact-check label on an altered video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that went viral last week. The deceptive video portrayed Pelosi as being drunk or high by slowing down a speech she made at a news conference earlier this year. The social media giant is now labeling the video with a "partly false" warning courtesy of multiple sources that fact-checked the video, including their partners, Lead Stories, and Reuters. "The information in this post is a mix of true and false statements or it could simply be incomplete," the label reads. "In some cases, the information is misleading." The video originated from a user named Will Allen, who posted the video with the caption:...
    MENLO PARK (CBS SF / CNN) — Facebook’s fact-checkers on Sunday labeled as “partly false” a video that it said was manipulated to make it appear as if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was drunk or drugged. The video had been circulating on Facebook since Thursday and by Sunday night had been viewed more than 2 million times. A similarly false video of Pelosi went viral on Facebook in May 2019. At the time, Pelosi blasted Facebook for not removing the video. Facebook had instead applied a fact-check label to it. Facebook did not remove the new video on Sunday either, meaning it can still be viewed on the platform but a warning label has been placed on it. Videos marked false...
    Another doctored video making it appear that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is drunk and slurring her words has gained popularity on Facebook. The company has decided to label it “partly false.” Hide The video, which was first flagged by CNN, shows the California lawmaker speaking at a press conference. It is altered to make it appear like Pelosi is slurring her words and struggling to answer questions. Hide Since being posted on Thursday last week, the video had been viewed 2.4 million times. It appears to have been posted on Facebook after originally appearing on TikTok. The account on TikTok that posted the video is no longer active. The video is similar to one in May last...
    Another doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is going viral on Facebook. The social media giant has not taken down the clip, despite having fact-checkers flag it as "partly false."  The video, which was edited to have parts slowed down and sections cut out, shows Pelosi speaking at a May 20 news conference but makes it look as if she were impaired. The original C-SPAN video of the event shows her answering questions without any issues.  The deceptively edited clip was shared nearly 80,000 times on Facebook, according to Lead Stories, a third-party partner of the social media company that does independent fact-checking. The site concluded on Sunday that the video was "digitally slowed down to make it appear as if...
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    New York (CNN)Facebook's fact-checkers on Sunday labeled as "partly false" a video that it said was manipulated to make it appear as if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was drunk or drugged. The video had been circulating on Facebook since Thursday and by Sunday night had been viewed more than 2 million times. A similarly false video of Pelosi went viral on Facebook in May 2019. At the time, Pelosi blasted Facebook for not removing the video. Facebook had instead applied a fact-check label to it. Facebook did not remove the new video on Sunday either, meaning it can still be viewed on the platform but a warning label has been placed on it. Videos marked false are also promoted less...
    TikTok : Posted at 3:45 PM ET (7:45 PM GMT) Monday, July 6, 2020 Playing 1:11 Posted at 5:19 p.m. ET (9:19 p.m. GMT) Saturday, August 1, 2020 1:53 Posted at 19:16 ET (23:16 GMT) Friday, July 31, 2020 0:30 Posted at 19:09 ET (23:09 GMT) Friday, July 31, 2020 0:48 Posted at 19:08 ET (23:08 GMT) Friday, July 31, 2020 0:26 Posted at 19:05 ET (23:05 GMT) Friday, July 31, 2020 1:18 Posted at 11:04 ET (15:04 GMT) Friday, July 31, 2020...
    Instagram/TikTok Christine Galgano Christine Galgano, a New York police officer, has gone viral due to a now-deleted TikTok video displaying her dancing in an NYPD uniform high. In response to The New York Publish, within the video, Galgano wears the “high half of her police uniform, together with what seems to be a holstered sidearm — together with sizzling pants and cowboy boots.” The Publish reported that Galgano is mimicking “Lt. Dangel, within the Comedy Central mockumentary ‘Reno 9/11,’” and says she might have violated NYPD social media insurance policies, which say cops mustn’t share “pictures of themselves in uniform and/or displaying official identification with out authorization.” The Publish referred to her...
    Instagram/TikTok Christine Galgano Christine Galgano, a New York police officer, has gone viral because of a now-deleted TikTok video showing her dancing in an NYPD uniform top. According to The New York Post, in the video, Galgano wears the “top half of her police uniform, including what appears to be a holstered sidearm — along with hot pants and cowboy boots.” The Post reported that Galgano is mimicking “Lt. Dangel, in the Comedy Central mockumentary ‘Reno 9/11,'” and says she may have violated NYPD social media policies, which say police officers should not share “photographs of themselves in uniform and/or displaying official identification without authorization.” The Post referred to her as a “Bronx housing cop: and wrote...
    THERE'S nothing quite like getting through a huge pile of laundry knowing you now have a wardrobe full of fresh, clean clothes. But how clean are they REALLY? As a women reveals just how much dirt is still lurking in her 'clean' clothes after strip washing everything. 4The woman strip washes all of her clean clothes in the bathCredit: TikTok TikTok user Steph demonstrated the popular washing method by soaking her clothes in the bathtub for up to six hours. She wrote: "The most satisfying and disgusting thing you'll ever do," and captioned the video saying: "wait to see how disgusting your clothes really are. What should I clean next? The method of strip washing is much...
    TikTok Former “Teen Mother 2” star Jenelle Evans denied saying the N-word in a brand new bikini-clad TikTok video that she posted to the platform on Saturday. Former Teen Mother 2 star Jenelle Evans denied saying the N-word in a brand new bikini-clad TikTok video that she posted to the platform on Saturday. The social media influencer posted a clip that confirmed her dancing to “Faucet In” by Saweetie. Evans, 28, captioned the video, “Mmmm… faucet faucet faucet in.” The video, seen greater than 1.9 million instances, garnered a whole bunch of feedback. @jenellelevansMmmm… faucet faucet faucet in ✨???? #SwipeLikeTinder #TapTapTapIn (@officialsaweetie ) ♬ Faucet In – Saweetie The highest response...
    TikTok Former "Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans denied saying the N-word in a new bikini-clad TikTok video that she posted to the platform on Saturday. Former Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans denied saying the N-word in a new bikini-clad TikTok video that she posted to the platform on Saturday. The social media influencer posted a clip that showed her dancing to “Tap In” by Saweetie. Evans, 28, captioned the video, “Mmmm… tap tap tap in.” The video, viewed more than 1.9 million times, garnered hundreds of comments. @jenellelevans Mmmm… tap tap tap in ✨???? #SwipeLikeTinder #TapTapTapIn (@officialsaweetie ) ♬ Tap In – Saweetie The top response is from a fan that defended...
    A New York City police officer caused a stir by posting a provocative TikTok video of herself 'goofin' around in uniform.   Christine Galgano, a housing officer in the Bronx, recently shared the video of herself performing a parody of the iconic 'new boot goofin' skit from the Comedy Central show Reno 911.  In the clip, which has since been deleted, Galgano is seen wearing the top half of her NYPD uniform along with a pair of booty shorts and a cowboy boots as she channels the eccentric Lt Dangel.  'Genuine ostrich...three payments...I'm just goofin' …new boot goofin', oh!' Dangel's recorded voice says as Galgano dances on the screen. The video quickly went viral on social media, landing Galgano in hot...
    JANELLE Evans is accused of using the N-word in a recent TikTok video as she continues to deny it. The Teem Mom 2 alum was forced to defend herself from critics who called her out for allegedly using the N-word during one of her dance-focused videos. 7Jenelle has been accused of saying the N-word during a recent TikTok videoCredit: TikTok 7The clip shows the former reality TV star dancing to Saweetie's Tap inCredit: TikTok It all kicked off after the former reality TV star shared the clip which included her showing off her booty in a white and orange bikini while mouthing the words to Saweetie's Tap in. But some fans claimed Jenelle, 28, also mouthed the N-word that is...
    These boots were made for “goofin’” — but not in NYPD uniform! In a sexy TikTok video passed around on the Internet, Bronx housing cop Christine Galgano wears the top half of her police uniform, including what appears to be a holstered service revolver — along with hot pants and cowboy boots. Galgano, 27, mirrors loony Lt. Dangel, in the Comedy Central mockumentary “Reno 9/11,” who emerges from a shoe store in his uniform top, short shorts and a bag with new boots. “Genuine ostrich. . . three payments. . . I’m just goofin’ …new boot goofin’, oh!” Dangel’s recorded voice drawls as Galgano mimics his hops and twists in a sunny yard. The leggy blonde’s online antics apparently...
    These boots have been made for “goofin’” — however not in NYPD uniform! In an attractive TikTok video handed round on the Web, Bronx housing cop Christine Galgano wears the highest half of her police uniform, together with what seems to be a holstered service revolver — together with scorching pants and cowboy boots. Galgano, 27, mirrors loony Lt. Dangel, within the Comedy Central mockumentary “Reno 9/11,” who emerges from a shoe retailer in his uniform high, quick shorts and a bag with new boots. “Real ostrich. . . three funds. . . I’m simply goofin’ …new boot goofin’, oh!” Dangel’s recorded voice drawls as Galgano mimics his hops and twists in a sunny yard. The leggy blonde’s on-line...
    After President Donald Trump on Friday night announced during a flight aboard Air Force One that “as far as TikTok is concerned, we’re banning them from the United States,” TikTok replied with "We’re Not Planning on Going Anywhere." Rumors have swirled that Trump wanted to ban TikTok from the United States since before Friday morning. The president reportedly wanted the Chinese social media company to divest its holdings in the United States. By Friday night, the president said he would be signing an order to ban the company from the United States as soon as Saturday. TikTok responded on Saturday morning with a TikTok video message from U.S. general manager Vanessa Pappas, telling the world, “we’re not planning on going anywhere.”...
    Getty TikTok ban concerns are raging. TikTok has posted a video pledging that the app is “not planning on going anywhere” and is “here for the long run” as chances escalate that President Donald Trump will ban it. The video, which you can watch below, was shared on TikTok, and it was also shared on Twitter, where it had almost half a million views within a few hours. You can watch the video here: The video starts: “A message from U.S. General Manager Vanessa Pappas to our TikTok community.” “I want to say thank you to the millions of Americans who use TikTok every day bringing their creativity and joy into our daily lives,” she says in...
    On Friday night, President Donald Trump told the press aboard Air Force One that “as far as TikTok is concerned, we’re banning them from the United States.” On Saturday, TikTok said they aren’t going anywhere. The news that the President was planning to take action against TikTok floated for a while before on Friday morning, it was reported that he was looking specifically at forcing the Chinese company to divest their U.S. holdings. Then on Friday night, he was more explicit, saying he’ll be signing and order banning the company in the country as soon as Saturday. On Saturday morning, TikTok responded with a TikTok video message from U.S. general manager Vanessa Pappas, saying “we’re not planning on going...
    TikTok stars are bidding farewell to the popular video-sharing app after President Trump announced he was banning the Chinese-owned platform on Saturday, amid national security concerns.  The social media outlet, which allows users to create 15 or 60 second videos, has grown wildly popular among young people over the last year and is estimated to be used by more than 80million Americans. As news of the ban broke on Friday, TikTok stars rushed to say their final goodbyes to the app where they found celebrity status, asking fans to follow them on Instagram or YouTube instead. Scroll down for video  TikTok mega-star Dixie D'Amelio, who boasts 32 million followers, uploaded a video of herself reacting to the demise...
    ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) — Trump says he’ll act as soon as Saturday to ban Chinese-owned video app TikTok from US on security fears. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    As President Donald Trump wrestles with the decision to ban the Chinese-owned video app TikTok in the US, an American company is considering taking steps to purchase the platform. The New York Times reports that Microsoft is in talks to acquire TikTok, according to sources who note the deal could 'alter the app's ownership.' The news comes as Trump is set to announce a verdict as soon as Friday that would mandate China's ByteDance strip its ownership of the platform. As President Donald Trump wrestles with the decision to ban the Chinese-owned video app TikTok in the US, an American company is considering taking steps to purchase the platform TikTok, which has some 800 million users worldwide, has raised...
    JENNIFER Lopez and Alex Rodriguez showed off their hip hop dance moves alongside 12-year-old daughters Ella and Emme in a new TikTok video on Thursday. The family performed to a playlist of hits from the early 2000s, including Pitbull's Hotel Room Service and Boom Boom Pow by Black Eyed Peas. 6Jen and Alex showed off their hip hop dance moves alongside daughters Ella and EmmeCredit: Instagram Keeping it casual in some trackpants, an off the shoulder top and a pair of gold hoops, Jen didn't hold back as busted a move to some of her favorite tunes. She captioned the video: "These bops had me hype!" ARod - who was joined by his pal Nick Silva - was just as...
    Cameron Diaz is diving head-first into TikTok — by diving into a big glass of wine. The 47-year-old actress shared her first video on the social media outlet on Thursday, taking the “wine challenge” by trying to drink an entire glass that was balanced on the head of friend and business partner Katherine Power. As Diaz sat behind her pal, Power slowly leaned backward and allowed the actress to slowly sip the entire glass, with neither of them ever touching it with their hands. Cameron also shared the video on Instagram, where it got a big reaction with more than 200,000 likes and plenty of comments complimenting her on successfully completing the challenge. “Not a single drop was spilled!” one...
    In a TikTok video, Gabrielle Pettway said that 'Blue Lives Matter' rhetoric was "insensitive" and "distasteful." @xogabriellexo/TikTok In the wake of George Floyd's death, Gabrielle Pettway made a TikTok video condemning 'Blue Lives Matter' rhetoric, calling the phrase "distasteful" and "racist." The video is making waves online and even made its way to local news, as Pettway's father is the Sheriff of Jefferson County, Alabama.  Pettway says she made the video to show that despite her affiliation with law enforcement, she's not "blind to the racism within the criminal justice system." While Pettway received some criticism for the video, she says she stands by her statements and she has the support of her family.  Visit Insider's homepage for...
    A TIKTOK video that appeared to show an Army specialist pointing a loaded gun at a fellow soldier has sparked an investigation. In the 17-second video, which also circulated on Twitter, a soldier raises his hands as a comrade points an M9 9mm pistol at his chest. 2A TikTok video appeared to show an Army specialist pointing a loaded gun at a comrade 2The ex-Army soldier who uploaded it has revealed it was staged   "What are you doing, Sergeant?" he can be heard asking the other solider, a look of fear on his face. "Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa."  Kyle Benton, the specialist who appears in the video, told Military.com that the video was staged and the gun was loaded with...
    Clemson football players recently filmed an absurd TikTok video. @LSUBarstool captured the video and tweeted it out for fans to see, and Dabo Swinney’s program might be in huge trouble. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Several players filmed themselves dancing to an alternate rendition to Taylor Swift’s “Love Story.” Give it a watch below. I think Joe Burrow needs to teach them another lesson pic.twitter.com/T0hfC0a5fG — 2019 National Champs Barstool LSU (@LSUBarstool) July 28, 2020 What the hell is Clemson doing? Seriously, what the hell are the Tigers doing in this video? Are they trying to win titles or are they focused on social media clout? I would be through the roof...
    An Alabama sheriff’s adult daughter slammed the “Blue Lives Matter” movement in a viral TikTok video, calling it “racist.” Hide Gabrielle Pettway, who is a teacher and the daughter of Jefferson County Sheriff Mark Pettway, vocalized her opinions on Blue Lives Matter in a since-deleted video. Hide “I’m not gonna sit up here and say ‘Blue Lives Matter’ because it’s undermining the racism and corruption built into the whole blue system,” she says in the video. jefferson county sheriffs daughter.
    Instagram is offering popular TikTok stars hundreds of thousands of dollars to ditch the platform and instead post exclusively on their new video service, Reels, it has been reported.  The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday cited to unnamed sources, including at least one who is a TikTok influencer, who said the company was approaching creators with large followings in a bid to boost their own popularity when Reels launches next month.  They offered the stars lucrative deals in exchange for them posting first to Reels and later to TikTok, it is claimed. Instagram is gearing up to release Reels, its new, short form video function, in the app in August  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Joe Biden's presidential campaign has banned staffers from using the Chinese video sharing app TikTok, citing security and privacy concerns. In a memo on Monday, Biden's general counsel, Dana Remus, ordered staff members to delete TikTok from both their personal and work phones, and to 'refrain from downloading and using TikTok,' according to Bloomberg. The memo also bans staff from trading individual stocks without approval from the campaign’s general counsel, an unusual step for a presidential campaign. TikTok faces regulatory challenges across the globe, and a potential ban by the U.S. government over suspicions Beijing could force its Chinese owner to turn over user data.  Joe Biden's presidential campaign has banned staffers from using the Chinese video sharing app TikTok, citing...
    An Army specialist appeared to be frozen with fear when a fellow soldier aimed a loaded gun at him in a video on the TikTok app — but he insists the footage was staged and the weapon was loaded with dummy rounds, according to a report. A 17-second clip posted to Twitter Thursday shows a now-former Army specialist, Kyle Benton, locking the slide of a Beretta M9 semiautomatic pistol to make sure it isn’t loaded before putting the weapon front of a fellow soldier who is recording the exchange. Benton then tells the second soldier that the firearm is “clear” before turning his back and appearing to step away, video shows. The soldier taking the video then holds up what...
    Suzy Cortez She is a diva of social networks and on each platform she becomes a success. Miss Bum Bum has a great hit with her fans who follow her wherever she is and share content. TikTok is the fashion application and Cortez could not stay without exploring the power of dancing videos to the delight of all his fans. He recently shared a video where he is seen with a shirt dancing in a sensual way. At one point Suzy turns it over to wiggle her rear, and that’s when the shirt rises and reveals her underwear, raising the temperature. There is no doubt that Cortez knows what her fans are looking for and is what she offers...
    Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is a likely future NFL star, but he has no intention of becoming a TikTok video personality. Many people thought Lawrence, the potential No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, was caught on video on the social media website over the weekend. His doppelgänger did a fantastic job dressing like the Clemson star, but the woman in the picture clearly wasn’t his fiancee Marissa Mowry. On Monday, Lawrence broke the silence on Twitter, saying that it wasn’t him. CLEMSON'S TREVOR LAWRENCE PROPOSES TO LONGTIME GIRLFRIEND: 'EVERYTHING I'VE DREAMED OF' “Brooo people really think this is me I can’t even blame them. It’s not though,” Lawrence wrote. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM After...
    Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Tigers. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images) Trevor Lawrence is a college football star, but not a TikTok video star.Trevor Lawrence may star for the Clemson Tigers, but no, he didn’t star in that TikTok video. With the flowing locks of Samson, Lawrence looks to lead the Clemson football team to a third straight College Football Playoff National Championship game. Clemson has won the ACC the last five years, making the College Football Playoff every season. The Tigers have played in four of the last five national titles, winning two of them over the Alabama Crimson Tide in 2016 and 2018. Lawrence will be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft by someone like the...
    Police arrested a wanted man Friday after he dared law enforcement in Troup County, Georgia, to come and get him in a viral TikTok video. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) arrested seven people in June at the Main Street Pub in LaGrange. All arrests were linked to drug offenses at the establishment, according to WSB-TV. However, there was still one suspect outstanding in the investigation. “William Reeves Durga, 21, was wanted for sale of cocaine and use of a communication facility during the commission of a felony, according to the GBI. Police posted Durga’s photo on Facebook on July 2,” the report said. Once he saw the post, Durga shared the image in a TikTok video that showed him dancing...
    JENELLE Evans told fans she’s “obsessed” with weed in a new TikTok video shot on a cannabis farm in Oregon. The fired Teen Mom star was reportedly set to attend a meet-and-greet at the video location but “chose not to attend” due to “harassment and threats.” Teen Mom Jenelle Evans said she's 'obsessed' with weed in a new video On Saturday, the 28-year-old followed the TikTok trend of posting about an obsession, along with the popular audio backing track saying as such. Jenelle, who's often showing off her bikini body on the social media app, chose to give a tour of the weed farm, making sure to get the greenery in full view, for the video challenge. The mother of...
    William Reeves Durga, 21, was arrested by LaGrange police on Friday, two days after he mocked them in a viral TikTok video  A Georgia man wanted by police has been arrested two days after he posted a video to TikTok taunting cops for failing to find him.  William Reeves Durga, 21, was apprehended by LaGrange police on Friday and charged with sale of cocaine and use of a communication facility during the commission of a felony.  Earlier this month, officers had shared a post to Facebook asking the public for help in locating Durga as part of a drug investigation.  The police's appeal read: 'Reeves is 21 years old, approximately 5'6' and 140lbs. Anyone with any information regarding his...
    A new TikTok trend, popular among “conspiracy theory TikTok,” is revisiting some of the biggest conspiracies surrounding history’s most mysterious celebrity deaths. Hide Users participating in the trend claim celebrity deaths, such as Marilyn Monroe and Heath Ledger’s, were actually murders. They also claim to know who killed victims in notorious true crime cases, such as JonBenét Ramsey. Hide The videos use the hook from The Buggles’ 1980 bop “Video Killed the Radio Star” for their sound. “Video” represents those who allegedly did the killings, while “radio star” represents their alleged victims. In one TikTok, a user seemingly accuses Mary-Kate Olsen of killing Heath Ledger. Ledger died in 2008 of an accidental prescription drug overdose. At the time, Ledger...
    By KATHY GANNON, Associated Press ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan has threatened China's TikTok and blocked the Singapore-based Bigo Live streaming platform, citing what the regulating authority called widespread complaints about “immoral, obscene and vulgar” content on the apps. The move was promptly decried by Pakistani rights activists who saw it as a potential precursor to an even greater censorship in this conservative Muslim nation. In a statement, the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority said the content on the two platforms could have “extremely negative effects on the society in general and youth in particular,” without elaborating. A tweet on Monday from the regulating authority said it had complained to the companies behind the platforms but that “the response of these companies has...
    ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan has threatened China’s TikTok and blocked the Singapore-based Bigo Live streaming platform, citing what the regulating authority called widespread complaints about “immoral, obscene and vulgar” content on the apps. The move was promptly decried by Pakistani rights activists who saw it as a potential precursor to an even greater censorship in this conservative Muslim nation. In a statement, the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority said the content on the two platforms could have “extremely negative effects on the society in general and youth in particular,” without elaborating. A tweet on Monday from the regulating authority said it had complained to the companies behind the platforms but that “the response of these companies has not been satisfactory.”...
    Tech billionaire: Zhang Yiming, 38, is the founder of TikTok's parent company ByteDance A young woman wearing hotpants shakes her barely clad derriere in front of the camera. It’s impossible to determine her age: she’s probably a teenager — she’s certainly very young. ‘I need some cold water now,’ is among the more innocuous of the comments. Another quips darkly: ‘If you gotta ask her age, she’s too young.’ Welcome to TikTok, the video-sharing platform whose content ranges from innocent, short clips of users lip-synching and dancing to a variety of backing tracks to more worrying — potentially dangerous — pranks and content. The platform, in which users typically share a short burst of content up to 60 seconds...
    AUSTIN McBroom has come under fire for a resurfaced video that sees him slapping his young daughter's buttocks. Fans criticized McBroom for slapping his four-year-old daughter Elle's behind and exclaiming "oh, god damn" in an old video. 6 Austin McBroom has been criticized for a video that some consider predatoryCredit: Getty Images - Getty McBroom has faced backlash more than once for inappropriate behavior. Who is Austin McBroom? Austin McBroom is a former college basketball player turned TikTok and YouTube star. He is head of The Ace Family, a YouTube channel that he shares with wife Catherine and their two young daughters, Elle and Alaia. The pair welcomed another child in June earlier this year, a boy named Steel. 6...
    TUSCALOOSA, AL - SEPTEMBER 21: Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban looks on during a game against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles at Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 21, 2019 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Alabama defeated Southern Miss 49-7. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) A TikTok user released a video of himself impersonating SEC head coaches, and it is pretty awesome.  In college football, many coaches are known for having various wacky habits or very unique body language while on the sideline. Just look back a few years ago when Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh was seen picking his nose and eating it on the sideline. Or when current Kansas head coach Les Miles would eat grass during games back when he was the...
    Getty Tony Finau with wife Alayna Finau at the opening ceremony for the 2018 Ryder Cup. Like many quarantined people during the ongoing pandemic, Tony Finau and wife Alayna Galea’i-Finau have been experimenting with the social media app TikTok. Tony called Alayna “my favorite TikTokker” during a heartfelt Mother’s Day message the golfer posted on Instagram. “Happy Mothers day to my favorite TikTokker and workout partner
    The teenager died of shame and everyone around her laughed at the ridiculousness of the situation Photo: Charlee McClean / Courtesy The firefighters They rescued a British teenager after got on a swing to record a TikTok video and got stuck. Layani Maclean, 14, from Oxfordshire, was filming a TikTok video with friends at a playground when she climbed onto a baby swing. Then she was unable to leave, reports The NY Post. The teenager’s mother, Charlie Maclean, 40, tried to free her daughter using soap and hot water to see if she could get out. He was unsuccessful, so he called the fire department to find that no home remedies worked and the girl had been trapped...
    Police arrested a Canadian man after he threatened a woman who refused his advances.  Hide Video footage shows Rylee Dodd, 28, in an apartment complex giving a Nazi salute and hurling racist insults at a Filipino woman after she didn’t give him her phone number.  Hide According to Patricia Anne Medrano’s Facebook, at around 9:15pm on July 6, Dodd asked for her phone number. After she said no, he began his racist tirade. “Since I don’t want to give my number, he keep insisting to give his number to me,” Medrano told the Philippine Daily Inquirer. “I just told my brothers to ignore him … but he is really being disrespectful and saying racial slurs like ‘Go back to your...
    Whoops! Penelope Disick unintentionally crashed her dad, Scott Disick, and Addison Rae‘s try to create a TikTok video. The social media influencer, 19, shared the clip on Friday, July 17, which confirmed herself performing a choreographed dance whereas Scott, 37, mimicked her actions. Nonetheless, their dance abruptly ended when Penelope, 8, walked throughout the display inflicting Rae to burst out laughing.Scott Disick, Penelope Disick and Addison Rae. Courtesy of Scott Disick/Instagram“I LAUGH LIKE IM IN PAIN HAHAHA,” the TikTok star wrote within the feedback. One month earlier, Rae created a TikTok video with Scott’s 10-year-old son, Mason. The Talentless founder shares Mason, Penelope and son Reign, 5, along with his ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian. Within the clip, Rae performs a...
    Addison found Penelope's brief cameo absolutely hilarious. Fans of Addison Rae were surprised to see not one, but two Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars in one of her recent TikTok uploads. The insanely popular 19-year-old content creator previously teamed up with Kourtney Kardashian, 41, to film a dance video inside her massive closet, and now she can also boast that she’s gotten her groove on with Kourtney’s ex, Scott Disick, 37. The former couple’s 8-year-old daughter Penelope also made an appearance in the short clip, but the little girl wasn’t dancing. Instead, she crashed the performance by strolling in front of the camera. Addison was dressed casually and comfortably. Her outfit included a form-fitting black tank top, which was...
    Instagram will soon release to the United States its answer to the popular video-sharing app TikTok. The social networking service announced on Friday that its new platform, Reels, will be released in August. The app has already been released in Brazil, France, and Germany. The app has also begun testing in India, where TikTok was recently banned over security concerns. Reels will allow users to create 15-second videos to clips of music and audio. Users will then be able to share those videos to their Instagram Stories or watch them go viral in the "featured reels" section. TikTok is owned by ByteDance, a company based in China. The Chinese government has a broad ability to demand information from...
    Venezuela’s socialist regime arrested a man on Monday accused of forcing a monkey to consume a fatal amount of alcohol for the benefit of filming a TikTok video. The arrest was announced by the Maduro regime’s Attorney General Tarek William Saab who confirmed that the man had been detained in Aragua state after footage of the monkey’s demise went viral. “At the order of the Public Ministry, Wilson Enrique Niño Noguera has been charged in Aragua on charges of fatally alcoholizing a monkey, then publishing the video on the Tik Tok social network,” Saab wrote on Twitter. #Ahora a la orden del Ministerio Público e imputado en Aragua Wilson Enrique Niño Noguera quien fuera uno de los sujetos que alcoholizaron mortalmente al mono,...
    A FORMER New York waitress turned model slammed Kylie Jenner for leaving only a $20 tip after racking up a $500 dinner bill at the "fancy" restaurant where she worked. Julia Carolan went viral on TikTok exposing celebrities who visited the restaurants where she worked for bad manners or bad tipping. New York waitress turned model Julia Carolan rated her experience with celebrity clients including, Kylie JennerCredit: Tiktok The now professional model worked at Nobu in Manhattan and an unnamed restaurant in the TAO Group, which include several exclusive restaurants such as TAO, LAVO, and Beauty & Essex. Julia did not hold back when it came to rating her famous guests and both Jenner sister did not score very high...
    MOST of us tie our shoelaces on autopilot but now a video has gone viral, for claiming we're all doing it wrong. The clip, by @attn, cites a 2017 study by UC Berkely, which says that the popular ‘bunny ear’ knot will come untied in 15 minutes. 4How do you tie your laces? One of these ways is wrongCredit: TikTok @attn 4The video claims 'bunny ear' knots will come undone in 15 minutesCredit: TikTok @attn It has 663,000 views - but many adults are outraged by the suggestion their tried and tested method doesn't last. In the video, a woman says: "Science says you're probably tying your shoes wrong, they did an actual study on it. "The one people use...
    FIREFIGHTERS free an embarrassed teen after she gets stuck in a baby swing. Layani Maclean, 14, was trapped for 90 minutes until the crew managed to squeeze her out using washing-up liquid. 5Layani Maclean had to be rescued after she got stuck in a baby swingCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 5The 14-year-old was filming a TikTok video with her palsCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 5The swing was meant for children between six months and four years oldCredit: SWNS:South West News Service She and friends had been filming each other at a park in Faringdon, Oxfordshire. The group were filming a TikTok video. Charlie, a mum-of-four, said: “It was a really bizarre situation to walk into. “When my neighbour called...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Three teens were treated at Cook Children’s after ingesting excessive amounts of Benadryl after watching a TikTok video encouraging them to ingest the over-the-counter medication. “What struck me was that we had three teens come in for the same thing in one week,” said Amber Jewison, a hospitalist nurse practitioner at Cook Children’s Medical Center. “None of these patients were trying to harm themselves.” The hospital posted a blog about the May incident. It said each of the teens said they got the idea from videos on TikTok that claimed users could get high and hallucinate if they took a dozen or more of the allergy pills. One of the teens who ended up at the hospital is...
    A teenager had to be rescued by firefighters after she got stuck in a baby swing for children aged between six months and four years while making a video for TikTok.  Layani Maclean, 14, covered her face with her hands when the emergency service heroes arrived to free her from the playground. She had already been trapped in the swing in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, for 90 minutes with her mother and a neighbour using washing up liquid to try and get her out.  As firefighters arrived her mother Charlie, 40, admitted: 'I did this when I was her age. I was stuck with my mum and I got cut out.'  This is the moment a 14-year-old girl had to be...
    She was between a “Tok” and a hard place. A UK teen’s TikTok shoot went south after she got trapped in a child’s swing for more than an hour before being freed by firefighters, as seen in a hilarious YouTube clip. “It was a really bizarre situation to walk into,” said Oxfordshire’s Charlie Maclean, 40, the mother of the girl ensnared by the swing set. Her daughter Layani Maclean, 14, was at the local park on July 12 filming a video that involved her and her friends taking turns sitting in the swing. Suffice to say, the social media clout-seeker couldn’t swing the stunt. Layani became stuck in the playground equipment for about 90 minutes, before her mom was...
    Jason Derulo Li Jin/VCG via Getty Images In a recent interview with Complex's Chris "Speedy" Morman, Jason Derulo shared his secrets to success on TikTok. The short-form video app, he explained, plays to his creative strengths and gives him an opportunity to be more authentic with fans.  Derulo's TikTok fame, however, requires work: he previously set a goal of posting four to six videos per day.  Like many viral TikTokkers, Derulo experiences his share of online trolls, but he urges creators not to live their lives trying to please their online critics.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In addition to releasing chart-topping music, Jason Derulo has used his time in quarantine to become the undisputed "King...
    TIKTOK star Addison Rae and boyfriend Bryce Hall left dinner together in Los Angeles on Sunday after confirming their romance two days before. The 19-year-old social media sensation was joined by her new man following a PDA-filled clip of the couple kissing over the weekend. 12 Addison Rae and boyfriend Bryce Hall dined together in LA on SundayCredit: Splash News 12 The TikTok star flashed a peace sign in a red crop top and jeansCredit: Splash News 12 Addison and Bryce kiss her on the cheek in a recent TikTok videoCredit: TikTok Addison and Bryce, 20, were pictured leaving Boa Steakhouse together in Los Angeles. The vloggers arrived and left in the same car as the brunette beauty drove behind...
    A fresh-faced mother-of-two had TikTok users demanding to see her birth certificate after she revealed her age in a viral video.  Stylist Gail Murray-Gonzalez, of Long Island, New York, is 46 but admitted she is often mistaken for someone in their 20s 'or 30 at the most'.   In her TikTok video, which has been viewed 1.9million times, Gail said strangers struggle to believe she is old enough to have a husband of 23 years or to have two sons, aged 11 and 13. @simplygailg Shocks people every time but I¿m grown. ¿¿ ##over40 ##blackdontcrack ##melaninmagic ##blackgirlmagic ##fyp ##summerlooks ##over30 ¿ Back Up - DeJ Loaf Stylist Gail Murray-Gonzalez, of Long Island, New York, is 46 but admitted she...
    TIKTOK teenagers have trolled Donald Trump’s 2020 election app after the president threatened to ban the Chinese video platform. Thousands of "TikTok-tivists" flocked to the Apple App Store in the last few days to flood Trump’s campaign app with negative reviews. 3 DeJuan Booker, called on his 750,000 followers to seek revengeCredit: TikTok 3 Trump is threatening to cancel TikTokCredit: AFP or licensors On Wednesday alone 700 negative reviews were left on the Official Trump 2020 app and 26 positive ones, reported tracking firm Sensor Tower. Furious TikTok fans are rounding on Trump because he has threatened to ban the app, which is owned by China's Bytedance Ltd which is hugely popular with teenagers. Yori Blacc, a 19-year-old TikTok user...
    By TALI ARBEL, AP Technology Writer Amazon has told employees to delete the popular video app TikTok from phones on which they use Amazon email, citing security risks from the China-owned app, according to reports and posts by Twitter users who said they were Amazon employees. The notice said employees must delete the app by Friday to keep access to Amazon email. Workers would still be allowed to use TikTok from an Amazon laptop browser. Amazon is the second-largest U.S. private employer after Walmart, with with more than 840,000 employees worldwide. Amazon did not immediately reply to requests for comment. In an emailed statement, TikTok said that Amazon did not notify it before sending the email. “We still do not...
    Amazon has told employees to delete the popular video app TikTok from phones on which they use Amazon email, citing security risks from the China-owned app, according to reports and posts by Twitter users who said they were Amazon employees.The notice said employees must delete the app by Friday to keep access to Amazon email. Workers would still be allowed to use TikTok from an Amazon laptop browser.Amazon is the second-largest U.S. private employer after Walmart, with more than 840,000 employees worldwide. Amazon did not immediately reply to requests for comment.In an emailed statement, TikTok said that Amazon did not notify it before sending the email. "We still do not understand their concerns," it continued, adding that the company would...
    Netflix host “Science Guy” Bill Nye shared a video warning that wearing masks is “literally a matter of life and death.” “So the reason we want you to wear a mask is to protect you, sure,” said Nye. “But the main reason we want you to wear a mask is to protect me from you, and the particles from your respiratory system from getting into my respiratory system.” “Everybody, this is a matter literally of life and death,” he insisted. “And when I use the word literally I mean literally a matter of life and death. So when you’re out in public, please wear a mask.” Bill Nye the Science Guy shares some face mask facts
    Charly's fans thought that the video looked like something out of a movie. Charly Jordan’s latest TikTok video had her followers gushing over her brief but powerful performance. In the caption of her video, the model and DJ described her character’s dark backstory. Charly wrote that she was portraying a woman who had just seduced her abusive husband before murdering him. For her role, Charly rocked a black lingerie set that included a bra constructed out of delicate lace. The garment was semi-sheer, and it featured swirling designs on its underwire cups. The outer edges of the bra were trimmed with flirty eyelash lace. Charly also wore a pair of mesh panties that featured a V-shaped accent on the front....
    By Lauren M. Johnson | CNN Bill Nye the Science Guy took to TikTok to demonstrate why the general public should wear a mask. “Why do people in the scientific community want you to wear a face mask when you are out in public?” Nye asks in his social video. “Masks prevent particles from my respiratory system from getting into your respiratory system… Blocking the movement of air is an old trick.” Nye then uses a candle to show how much air and other respiratory particles escape his mouth when it is covered by a variety of fabrics. He starts with a plain ordinary scarf to demonstrate how it is used to block the wind from his neck, but...
    Baby making has never involved so few people. Dani Morin is a “single mommy by choice,” her TikTok bio reads — and other women can be too thanks to intrauterine insemination. The Newport Beach, California, resident shared a now-viral TikTok video last month detailing the steps to “get pregnant, DIY edition, without the help of a partner or a doctor.” In the video, which has racked up more than 8 million views, Morin walks viewers through the fertility treatment process, in which sperm is placed inside a woman’s uterus without sex. To start, she recommends wannabe moms stock up on fertility supplements and make sure they’re financially prepared to have a child. “You need to account for rent or...
    If all your video likes on TikTok reset to zero, you are not alone. Tens of thousands of users across the globe are experiencing issues with the popular video sharing app. Videos with thousands of likes are now shown with just zero, sparking a frenzy on Twitter where users have flocked to share their frustrations. However, some have raised concerns that TikTok may have completely shut down, as there has been rumors in the past that it would one-day come to an end. Scroll down for video  Tens of thousands of users across the US and parts of Europe are experiencing issues with the popular video sharing app. The most noticeable problem is all video likes have been reset...
    VIDEO sharing site TikTok is apparently down for users across Europe tonight. People who have downloaded the popular app are reporting issues on both iPhones and Android mobiles. 1Popular video app TikTok is down, users sayCredit: Alamy Independent outage monitor Down Detector has registered a spike in 'TikTok down' reports. Users have also reported issues on other sites, including Twitter. According to stats, some 88 per cent of affected users are having issues with video content. Others are finding problems uploading clips. The Down Detector outage map says the TikTok issues are affecting users in the UK, US and large parts of Europe. TikTok, one of the world's most downloaded phone app, first launched in the United States in 2018....
    The bodies of Jessica Lewis and Austin Wenner were found stuffed into suitcases on a Seattle Beach. Gofundme Teenagers shooting TikTok videos on a Seattle beach last month found two bodies that had been stuffed into suitcases. Police identified the bodies as Jessica Lewis, 35, and Austin Wenner, 27, who had been shot days before they were found. The teens shared a video of their discovery and police said they were happy the film was made, according to CNN. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Teens filming a TikTok video on a Seattle's Alki Beach last month made an unsettling discovery when a suitcase washed up onshore.  While filming a video on June 19, a young girl...
    Marquette University reportedly threatened to rescind the admission of a student over TikTok videos that expressed support for President Donald Trump. After a period of uncertainty, Marquette ultimately told the student this week that they would not revoke her admission. According to a report by the College Fix, incoming Marquette University freshman Samantha Pfefferle almost had her admission revoked after students expressed outrage over her conservative social media posts. The post, which featured the song “GOOBA” by 6ix9ine, is titled “When the libs find their way to your page.” The video has been played 592,000 since it was posted. “They try to hate on me…and think I’ll change my views,” Pfefferle wrote in a caption featured in the short video....
    Janice Hampton, also known as Janice Glimmer, puts Disney twists on classic film characters and their fashion. Janice Glimmer/TikTok Janice Hampton is a poet, writer, and fashion enthusiast who goes by Janice Glimmer online. In June, Hampton posted a TikTok video — which now has over 1.4 million views — in which she showed what Disney princesses might wear if they starred in movies from the '90s and 2000s, like "Clueless" and "The Cheetah Girls." Speaking to Insider, Hampton said that while she came up with each outfit idea rather quickly, it took her hours to create the actual TikTok video. Hampton also spoke about the reaction to her Disney-themed series, what it's like to make fashion videos...
    A pregnant mother-to-be has gone viral on TiKTok with a video showing women exactly how they can inseminate themselves at home.  California-based Dani Morin, who used the method herself, explained that women can carry out the procedure, known as a home insemination, using mail order sperm from a donor bank, a syringe and a menstrual disc bought from a local drug store.  The video, which was shared last month, has been viewed more than eight million times and has received more than 1.2 million likes. The majority of viewers praised Dani for sharing her story, saying it was 'inspiring' and 'really helpful'. @danimorin13 DIY making a baby. TTC pregnancy at home edition. ##ttc ##momma ##pregnant ##pregnancyannouncement ##homeinsemination ##baby ¿ Fun...
    Carrie and her husband went full-on country for a new clip. Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher showed off their struts in a new video shared to TikTok this week. The singer took to the video sharing site on Wednesday, July 8, to give her fans a look at how she and her Canadian cowboy strutted their stuff country style during a trip to a ranch in Wyoming. The short video began with a look at the retired hockey player. He wore a blue flannel shirt, light blue jeans, and a pair of cowboy boots as he placed a black cowboy hat on his head while inside what appeared to be a log cabin. Mike kept things super cool...
    Katrina Kaif’s new video on Instagram gives a sneak peek into what she and her sister Isabella do “all day everyday”. The clip begins with Katrina putting on a pink sweatshirt. She then sweeps the floor with Isabella, plays the guitar and poses for a picture, in the video, that Katrina made while trying a new feature called Reels on Instagram. “All day every day. I think this is what you do with Reels. #feelkaroreelkaro less,” she captioned the picture. Katrina Kaif Enjoying a Play Date Looking Thrifty Chic in a Rs.1000 Colourblock Kindergarten Uniform Inspired Gingham Dress! In a recent picture she posted on social media, Katrina is busy playing Sequence, an abstract strategy board-and-card game. “Best thing about...
    A FAMILY is searching for the killer of a couple whose remains were found in a suitcase by teens making a TikTok on a Seattle beach. The family of Jessica Lewis, 35, and her long-time boyfriend, Austin Wenner, 25, are offering a $10,000 reward as they seek for the killer responsible in the couple's death last month. 9 The body of Jessica Lewis was found in a suitcase near a Seattle beach on June 17Credit: Facebook 9 The remains of Austin 'Cash' Wenner were also foundCredit: Facebook 9 A group of teens making a TikTok found the bodies in a suitcaseCredit: Tiktok Graphic video shared on TikTok showed a group of teens as an exploring app – called Randonautica –...
    A Texas officer runs into a burning house and saves an 8-year-old boy Guess what? Ordering online groceries wont take a week anymore Addison Rae Apologizes for Reposting Anti-Black Lives Matter Video © Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Netflix Addison Rae Easterling is back on social media. The TikTok star returned to social media on Wednesday to issue an apology for previously reposting an anti-Black Lives Matter video. Addison had not posted on Twitter, Instagram or TikTok since June 30.  "I owe all of you an apology," Addison began her message on Twitter. "Four years ago, I reposted a video which included a woman sharing her thoughts on Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter that I should not have....
    De Blasio unveils most detailed plan yet to reopen New York City schools Snowboard world champion, Olympian Alex Pullin dies in spearfishing accident in Australia Addison Rae Returns to Social Media, Apologizes for Resurfaced Anti-Black Lives Matter Video TikTok star Addison Easterling, a.k.a. Addison Rae, has returned to social media, issuing an apology for previously re-posting a video that condemned the Black Lives Matter movement. © Anna Webber/Getty Images Addison Rae Easterling — who recently went dark on both Twitter and Instagram and has refrained from posting on TikTok to her 49 million followers since June 28 — came under fire for the resurfaced video, which shows a woman saying Black Lives Matter "is a cult" and that all...
    Addison Rae Easterling. Gregg DeGuire / Getty Images Addison Rae Easterling, 19, is one of TikTok's most recognizable faces.  Recently, the social media star has been quiet on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter. Easterling returned to Twitter on Wednesday to issue an apology for reposting an "All Lives Matter" video in the past.  "All lives CANNOT matter until Black lives do," she said in her apology. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Following a week-long hiatus from social media, Addison Rae Easterling resurfaced on Wednesday to apologize for reposting a video in support of "All Lives Matter" four years ago. In the video, a woman called Black Lives Matter a "cult" that does "more harm" than "good." "I...
    Two dismembered bodies found stuffed inside a suitcase in Seattle by teenagers making a TikTok video have been identified as a mother-of-four and her boyfriend. Now their families are raising money to offer as a reward for information leading to their killer's arrest.  The bodies of Jessica Lewis, 35, and Austin 'Cash' Wenner, 27, were discovered on Seattle's Alki Beach on June 19.  The TikTok users who found the suitcases containing the victims' dismembered bodies alerted the authorities and posted video online.  **WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT**  The human remains that were found by TikTok users in Seattle last month have been identified as belonging to Jessica Lewis, 35 (left), and her boyfriend, Austin 'Cash' Wenner, 27 (right) The King...
    Fb Jessica Lewis and Austin Wenner. Jessica Lewis and Austin Wenner have been recognized because the victims whose human stays have been discovered dismembered and stuffed in suitcases on a Seattle seashore, a grotesque discovery that was chronicled in a chilling viral TikTok video. The video reveals two teenage women discovering a suitcase containing physique elements on a Seattle seashore, and police later confirmed that the physique elements inside have been the stays of Lewis and Wenner, who additionally lived in Washington State. The teenagers used the Randonautica app, which randomly despatched them to the situation. FBI profilers instructed KIRO7 that the killer(s) might have been attempting to make a press release...
    Facebook Jessica Lewis and Austin Wenner. Jessica Lewis and Austin Wenner were identified as the victims whose human remains were found dismembered and stuffed in suitcases on a Seattle beach, a gruesome discovery that was chronicled in a chilling viral TikTok video. The video shows two teenage girls discovering a suitcase containing body parts on a Seattle beach, and police later confirmed that the body parts inside were the remains of Lewis and Wenner, who also lived in Washington State. The teens used the Randonautica app, which randomly sent them to the location. FBI profilers told KIRO7 that the killer(s) may have been trying to make a statement by how they disposed of the bodies. The motive...
    WWE star Mandy Rose showed off her cleavage and taut stomach along with her curvy hips in her latest TikTok video, which she also shared on Instagram, delighting her followers on the popular social media platform. Mandy did a sexy dance to a clip of Travis Scott’s song, “ROSALÍA.” She moved along to the not safe for work lyrics by shaking her hips, showing off her pert backside, and doing other sensual body movements. The video began with the wrestler bent over toward her phone as she started dancing to the music. She continued through the short choreography, showcasing her sensual moves in what appeared to be a tiled living space that opened to a kitchen and dining area in...
    A dermatologist has offered his take on the skincare trends that are most overrated, including coffee scrubs and CBD oil.  Dr Shah, from the US, posted a series of videos to his TikTok page, showing why those who want clear skin shouldn't fall for fads. In a series of three clips, the dermatologist explained some facial sprays have 'no benefits, just harmful ingredients' and that people should also avoid pore vacuums and witch hazel toners.  A skincare doctor has revealed the dermatological trends which are the most damaging to the face including coffee scrubs, ginger pore masks, and CBD oil. Dr Shah, from the US, posted a series of videos to his TikTok page, showing why those who want clear skin...
    Someone might be eating his feelings. A very adorable, and concerned-looking tot was captured on camera by his mother hoarding a loaf of sliced sandwich bread and taking small nibbles out of the corners. GEORGIA GRANDMA'S BISCUIT RECIPE VIDEO GOES VIRAL ON FACEBOOK The carb-loving toddler’s mom posted the cute video on TikTok, where it has been viewed nearly 80,000 times. The mom, who goes by Mama Doctor Jones, titled the sweet clip with a hashtag “carbs are life.” @mamadoctorjones ##carbsarelife ♬ A Whole Loaf MamaDoctorJones - mamadoctorjones CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER In the short video, the child is seen cuddling the bread, which is not in a bag, and pecking at the corner of one...
    Some fans were concerned about Britney Spears' mental health after watching her latest TikTok video. Some fans were concerned about Britney Spears’ mental health after watching her latest TikTok video. The star shows off some new florals and then walks in-and-out of the frame while “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd plays in the background. “HOLY HOLY CRAP
    White House hasnt approved requests for TV interviews with Fauci, official says You Could Pay This Surprising New Way at Restaurants Soon Teen Creates Imaginative TikTok Video for Disney - and Bob Iger, James Gunn and Sony Respond A talented teen has caught the eye of some Hollywood bigwigs — with a little help from the Twitterverse. © Julian Bass Twitter; Charley Gallay/Getty Images Using a little Disney video magic, the teen showed off looks inspired by a Jedi, Ben 10 and Spider-Man — his "favorite heroes" On Thursday, Julian Bass tweeted out a TikTok video of himself taking on different looks of his "favorite heroes," including two Disney ones: a Star Wars Jedi and Spider-Man. Set to Harry Styles' summer...
    Lele's moves made it difficult for her pet pooch to snag the snack. Lele Pons’ latest TikTok video costarred her cute canine companion, Toby. On Thursday, the social media star shared a short clip of the red toy poodle desperately trying to grab a treat with his teeth. However, Lele’s unusual movements made this a bit difficult for Toby. In the video, Lele rocked a casual ensemble that included a pink string bikini top that put her cleavage on full display. Her choice of top also left much of her trim midsection exposed, but Lele kept the lower half of her body covered up by teaming the garment with a pair of baggy blue sweatpants. She wore her bottoms pulled...
    When Harvard graduate Claira Janover posted a video to TikTok stating her distaste for people who say “all lives matter,” she likely wasn’t expecting the widespread backlash that would ensue on the Internet, much less the termination of her employment at Deloitte. In subsequent TikTok videos, she criticizes Deloitte for their “cowardice” and claims, “Trump supporters took my job away from me” because of her videos “standing up for Black Lives Matter.” But, that’s not what appeared to have happened. Social media users weren’t appalled because she publicly supports Black Lives Matter, as many people do; they were taken aback by the aggression with which Janover spoke about people who represent a differing point of view. HARVARD GRAD BLAMES TRUMP SUPPORTERS...